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MUrt4 i 1 FAULKf, IteMfw lM-- i Brrtc, ATy., chut MtaMir, m mrf Devoted to tifcio Interests of ttie JMtoiaritgiiTi 3?eo;ple DEKEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 10, 1912 One Dollar a year. No. 15 The Citizen DID YOU GET OUR LETTER? We sent out, this week, a letter to every subscriber whose subscription is overdue. In some cases this is a "socond call" or pla. The letter recounts many of the Rood thjnga said about The Citizen by those who hare recently renewed. It also showa how easily remittance can be made through the use of the coin card which was enclosed. It shows further how every one who pajs up and keeps paid up contributes to the success of the paper aud thus not only benefits himself but benefits every othor subscriber. The publishers of The Citizen are seriously considering the adoption of a cash basis for all subscriptions and tho prompt stopping of every subscription at expiration. There is much to be said both for and against this proposition. A letter on tho Editor's desk now is full of thanks for the fact that the paper was allowed to go on after expiration, thus giving tho writer, who happened to be hard pressed, on opportunity to pay when it was a. littlo easier to do so. On the other hand, we occasionally hear from people who complain that we should Of course, if we should do have stopped their paper at expiration. that, we should hava to stop crediting anybody and refuse to take advantage of a legal right to continue subscriptions unless notified to stop. We hope that every letter sent out will receive the attention that it and that the returns may be such as to make our subscription list, that is now a more than half paid up list, altogether so. is due fwr (4 Vol. XIV. Five cent a copy. Money For You In It When you get a chance like this at clothes like these you had better take advantage of it. The profit is all yours. We are willing to give you our profit as a means of clearing the summer stock. MR. FARMER Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity FERTILIZER For Fall sowing, just arrived. Prices interesting and terms liberal. See them before you buy. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes and other good things to wear at less than they are worth. WARNING AGAINST DIPHTHERIA Reports from the State Board of Health, based upon information in the hands of the Bureau of Vital Statistics, deciaro that Diphtheria exsists in more than twenty counties of tho state and that the death rato is high. Diphtheria is a preventable disease and if recognized in time is easily cured by the antitoxin treatment, and its spread can then be prevented by the isolation of tho patient and other sanitary and precautionary measures. We are publishing, on page 5 of this issue, a bulletin issued by the Board of Health and sent to every paper in the state in an effort to check the spread of the disease and also to acquaint the people with methods of prevention, and improved methods of treatment. There is no subject just now that ahould be studied with any greater care, and, since the knowledge is definite and ready at hand, we trust that every reader of The Citizen will take advantage of the opportunity to equip himself so as to be' able to help in the warfare against one of tho hitherto most dreaded diseases of childhood. CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE UHIIED STATES MEWS IN MAN" R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY INTERESTING FEATURES OURJWN STATE Hopefulness in Taft Ranks New How White Got on the Ticket Whitley City the County Seat Prison ComYork Democrats Nominate Sulzer mission Enforces Law Frankfort's Hadley Stands by Taft Dixon Tells Mayor Shot Fire at Carlisle KillAbout Campaign Funds Patterson ing In Breathitt Discrepancies in Wants to be Senator Rear Admiral Insurance Accounts. Young Dead. HOPEFULNESS AMONG TAFT SUPPORTERS Reports reaching Pres. Toft from all sections of the country assure him of victory at the coming election. A letter from a Chicago man states that two of tho koenest politicians in that section who aro associated with tho present campaign, ono for Wilson and the other for Roosevelt, admit that unless something Is dono to check the tide back to the Republican party, Toff will surely bo victorious. Republicans In California send assurance that they will stand by the President and support his policies. Reports from 'Minnesota say "TIw situation in Minnesota is steadily Improving and tho Republicans In this stale will give a good account of themselves on election day' Representative Knapp, a member of tho LaFollette faction, declares that Wisconsin Is going for Taft, SULZER FOR GOVERNOR OF N. Y Tho New York Democratic State convention, which began its sessions ot Syracuse, Oct. 2, nominated Representative Sulzer to head tho Stato ticket In tho raco for Governor. Representative Sulzer Is from Now York City and has seven times been a candidate for this nomination. Gov. Dix was also a candidate for tho nomination to succeed himself but withdrew beforo the final ballot. HADLEY SUPPORTS TAFT In a speech at St. Louis, the Jat-tpart of September, Gov. Hadley of (Missouri stated that if Pres. Taft would declare himself In favor of er WORLD MEWS' A havo said much In iiralBO of "Freckt'' les" of which "Tho (ilrl of Tho and our rcud-cIs Uio havo found that wo did not pralso "Freckles" too highly. A little Inter on letters will begin to coiuo In telling ua whnt a treat tho now story Is. On another pago Uils week wo havo u letter from a lady In llllnolB who statcB that sbo aud her children nad every word of "Freckles" nnd that Llm-lrlosrs Tho new story, "Tho Girl of. Tho Llinbcrlost," begins this week. Those Peaca Between Italy and Turkey New Uiat aro following Uio continued Outbreak In Mexico Nlcaraguan Rebels Captured More Marines and In tho pair of course will not Blue Jackets Killed. mtsa this one. And tho first Installment should not Uo overlooked. Wo Bto-rl- ca CLEAN FACE they loaned their paper to their neighbors. Wo Invito all of cur renders io CO do tho samo thing, or something be- survived out of a detachment of tterget their neighbors to subscrlbo rurales. for tho paper. NICAItAGUAN REBELS CAPTURED Two good nrtlclec this week aro Tho entlro rebel army In Managua, 'Tho Selection of Seed Corn" on together with all Its arms, ammunijjago 7 and "Suggestions for tho tion and other supplier was captured o'graphy Class" on pago 3. Tho farm at the end of last week after a four er and tho teachev should not omit hours' struggle with tho government troops. An article for everybody, which wo MORE MARINES KILLED UtLyv considered of enough linportanco Notwithstanding tho report of tho , to icak of In an editorial, Is from Jffcejjkato Hoard of Health, "How to capturo of tho ontlro rebel forces tRfeveot and Curo Diphtheria." of Nicaragua, later advices recount Aaather article that wo call sicclal an engagement In which two AmeriAttention to Is by Mr. Chas. II. Llnds-rlr- can Marines and two 131 uo Jackets "I'rotfrcMlvo Democracy." H wero killed. Fifty rebels lost Uielr Bccond of the articles to bo lives, tho others wero captured and tatke. jf disarmed. ifWaJahod us from the view-poitbJJhreo different ionics. Mr. Llney statca tho cauto of DcmocKu LINCOLN INSTITUTE DEDICATION cJa'tia candid end Uiorough-goliiLincoln Institute of Kentucky openfashion,' and wo thank him for his ed Its doors for students October prestation. first and will dedlcato Its grounds nnd ) buildings to the work, of Negro educapMTENTS OF THIS ISSUE tion on Wednesday, October ICth, with npproprlato exercises, from 9:00 vpagb KinsT a. m. to 4:00 p. ni. A general InvitaEditorials tion Is extended to all who aro InKestiM&y News terested In this great enterprlso to bo present, enjoy tho exercises, and assist UaltosfKatts New. In making tho occasion a memorable LlneeUjastltuto Dedication. ono. A very attractive program has Progressive Democracy. Many "people, promboon prepared. "t inent In educational and other circles, PAGE TWO. will speak, and music, especially preEditorial , TempWaaee Notes. pared for tho occaclon, will add o tho enjoyment. We want a host of Prosperity for Terry. peoplo to seo our buildings and I' AGE THREE grounds, and become acquainted with -- nI Our Tattefeeu Department. this great educational plant. As dorMome Course in Domestic Science. aro limited, mitory accommodations Bferraoa5fc there will ho no night service, thus BundayiScheoi Lesson. to Iiormlttlng thco in attendanco return homo. J',.PAGK FOUR V It will bo well to bring basket Local .4 lunches, but sandwiches and coffee HomaTo'wa Helps. will bo sold on the grounds. Dlphtkorta. Tho Louisville and Interurban HalliaXJJ'AaE K,VB way will run extra cars to accommoChllhya"'4 Column. date tho largo number whom wo exKUojMtafCabjntt. pect. It will bo well for people at a IialkaaiWtuatlon. distance to make up parties, and so Taft'Oafckmpalgn Iocuce. obtain special rates from tho railroad. t. x'' ' L. and I. cars leavo tho Louisville PAOE SIX SorlalikHary Tho Girl of tho Llraber- - station on Jefferson St., between Third and Fourth, hourly, at fifteen minutes after tho hour, and arrive gSPAOK SEVEN at Lincoln at twenty minutes after lateajjrSlWrmlng They leave tho following hour, EIGHT Sheibyvllle, going west, at ton minEastSrtftKastucky News. utes beforo the hour, and reach Lin- roes; ' " Continued on Pb Five Ti nt K . ITALY AND TURKEY AT PEACE dispatch from London, Oct. 4, states' that Italy aud Turkey havo negotiated terms for peaco and that tho pact was signed In Switzerland last week. NEW OUTBREAK IN MEXICO A detachment of rural guards including a number of women and children wero almost totally annihilated In a fight with rebels near on October 0th. Only three men and ono woman are said to havo A Sul-tep- ec Any one who can remember back twenty-fiv- e years cannot fail to be impressed with the fact that fewer men now wear whiskers a or a full beard than formerly. And there are mustache, burn-side- s but few who would not agree that this accounts for the fact that men look neater than formerly, and that it is also conducive to health, inasmuch as n man with a heavy beard or mustache finds it difficult to eat and drink in a very decent or sanitary fashion. A few months ago we saw a picture of one of the most important faces committees of Congress iu which there were about twenty-fiv- e and only two or three of those had even a mustache. A littlo later, on a trip into tho mountains, we were impressed by the fact that in tho promiscuous crowd, that chanced to nearly fill a railway coach between two stations tho men being farmers, merchants, doctors, teachers aud general business men only one had a full beard and a half dozen or so a mustache. Observation will perhaps verify the statement that, as the tendency grows to discard A beard, men are less inclined to bo filthy Of course the with the use of tobacco and to spit promiscuously. oue may not follow the othor necessarily, but both apriug from a common impulse. Certainly iu the lessening of the spitting habit tho public health is conserved. If a man will look at a picture he had made fifteen or twenty years ago with a mustache nearly reaching to his ears or drooping over hia lips so that it is impossible for him to drink without drinking through it, theu will glauce at another mado more recently wb'eu he was absolutely clean shaven or had his mustache clipped, "ho may not be willing to agree that the olean shave has been conducive to his own or the public health, but he will be able to see the improvement in his looks. WHITE FOR APPELLATE JUDGE The petition filed by Hon. John D. Wblto. as the Progressive candidate for Judgo of the Court ot Appeals In tho Seventh District was presented to tho Secretary ot State to be filed on Oct. 4th, but It was turned down for tho reason that T. D. Blakey ot Beattyvillo had a petition already on fllo for the candidacy. There was a question as to which should go on the ticket but It resulted in the withdrawal of Blakey and White is given a clear way. The petition of J. E. Jones, as tho Progressive candidate for Congress from tho 7th District, was rejected also because it contained only seventy of tho 400 names required 'by' law. WHITLEY CITY WINS f In tho election held recently in tho now county of McCreary to chooso tho stto for a county seat a dispute arose as to tho power of tho Board of Canvassers to pass on of the votes cast in the election. Whitley City and Pino Knot wero tho places being considered in tho election and tho contest waa so hot that tho matter was carried before-thCourt ot Appeals. Those in favor of Pino Knot hoped that the court would approve tho action ot tho Board but it failed to do so, thus giving Whitley City the county seat. PRISON COMMISSION ENFORCES Tho t, He Wants No Such Assistance. a LAW Stato Prison Commission is putting into effect tho law providing presidential preference primaries and against political assessments, contriby nonboss controlled delegations from butions or interference in politics or employees of tho State prison tho Southern States to National conorventions he would give the President houses of reform. Tho following der has been Issued: his support. 'Any warden, deputy warden, guard (Continued on J.tH rage) (Continued c lilght) NOW IS THE TIME to see us about your Roof. Winter will soon. Orders are coming in fast. The steel is advancing rapidly.- - The Best Right Now. Drop us a card in qrder to on our list. e -- be here price ol Time is get you News Item, Bacon Intimated in the senate that the Republican chance the campaign would be enhanced ihould the country be plunged into war a the result of the disturbance in Nicaragua or Mexico. In Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr. PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRACY THE NEED Progressive Age Wo aro today living in an ago of progress, an ago of readjustments, or tho shaping of new policies. We aro hearing a great deal of the word "progressive" but progresslv-lois confined tq no ono class or party. History io not a smoothly unroll m V Hi?iOK ing scroll of monotonous regularity, but la mado by vast forces, working for tho moet part slowly, but now and then with great rapidity and resistless power, whoso graph is traced ll gtcat undulating lines. We find such periods in tho French Rovolutlon, In tho Oerman Reformation and In the wondorful reorganization now tak- Continued on We have the goods the quality of workmanship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a roof worth $6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.00 for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will rust if you get the cheap kind. pg Ptoc Page Two. own souls, do not always own their ll own pens. When such conditions It would seem thntnojustlflablo family newspaper for ill that It right, complaint could bo mndo to tho co. pie's knowing tho source of tho sentitrue and Intarattlnf. ments expressed. THE CITIZEN pre-vn- October to, 1912. The Citizen erery Thurwtay TAFT CONFIDENT OF Convincing RE-ELECTI- ON A rulllhrI t llrrca. Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (I nrorpornleil) MILK MAIDS AND MANHOOD In England they nro now worrying not about slum children but about what might bo termed tho youth of Quality. According to British critics young men of that country enjoying tho highest education nnd advantag.-at Oxford and clsowhero nro nothing rnoro nor less than mollycoddles. They havo no character or backbone, They learn nothing useful nnd nro fit for nothing In particular. When It comes to coping with tho stem realities of life, young men who J. P. Faulknar, Editor and Mamgar. Indications That the Republican Party Is Still Dominant. Subscription Ratus rAYAIlI.lt IN ADVANCU One Year Six Month! Three Monlhi JS The date after your name on label allows to what date) our uWrtption i paid. If it it not ehanrrrt within three weeka after renewal notify tia. Mlulna numbers will be gladly supplied If we are notified. Mlxral terma given to any who obtain new privileges nnd advanuhacrlptlnni for in. Any one Minting im four enjoyed fower yearly iileription ran receiteThe cilurn free tages, tho critics assert, can giro for himnelf for one year them cards and spades. Advertising rates on application, MPMSER tent (tampi e or KtprrM Money Send money liy Order, Draft, Kri?iterfd Letter, or one and two Or KRNTUCKY TRKSS ASSOCIATION. COLUMBUS DAY Saturday, Oct. 12th, Is" Columbus Day, tho 420th anniversary of tf'o discovery of America. 'More nnd moro tho schools of tho country aro properly celebrating tho great days In our nation's history. It used to bo that the teachers took advantago of the holiday nnd had r.o school at all, tho children being disbanded and tho teachers themselves taking a- day off as a day of rest. - But in recent years holidays havo been taken to mean something and not simply as days for which teachers can draw their salaries and conof tribute nothing to tho welfare their districts or toward the creation and malntaluanco of patriotic sentiment, and loyalty to tho Interest cf tho country. Columbus Day is now a legal holiday for tho public schools of Ken- Whether theso views of tho critics aro fully or only partly Justified, tho decline of this particular class cf young men in no way threatens tho British nation. Tho English peoplo ns a wholo will not lack in rugged manhood becauso tho pampered sous of certain aristocratic families nro shy on backbone. An English professor onco said that tho British nrlstocracy has been savalliances with aced by occassional tresses and milkmaids. The country folks of Great Britain are'ns rugged today as they ever were. Tlie miners and mechanics of today lack none of tho virtues of that humblo cotter, Robert Burns, Immortalized. Tho nidi who nro making history In Great Britain today, nnd who will make history in tho future, nre men from among tho masses, men of tho typo of Kclr llardlo. Tho qualities of strong and fearless manhood aro bred behind tho plow, in mines, and factories no less than in colleges and universities. Ex. "Anyone who thinks tho motherland dead or dying Is vastly mistaken. Wo found In Great Britain the nami sturdy, steady men who developed in those islands tho greatest peoplo tho world has over seen." Premier Borden When President Taft was visiting his brother In New York a few days ago the newspaper tvimrters rolled upon him. After n pleasant chat the president made n formal statement of his views on the political slltintlon: j "When 1 declared n few weeks ago that I felt reasonably sure of my own I reelection In November and the sue- party 1 wns re- j cess of the ltcptihllcnti ganlctl by some ns entirely oversnn gnlne and unaware of the situation. Today, however, after, n number of Indications that the lleptihltcau party Is still the dominant party and that the growth of Democratic expected strength has fulled to mntcrinlUe. my early declaration Is shown to be entitled to respect. The Itcpuhllcnns nec- essarlly will have n reduced majority over 1003 because of the presence of mrco ucueis m me iieni. nut 1110 nem- ocratlc party will surfer also. The combined strength of the third term party will not bo enough to chnngo the ultimate result "Five or six weeks ago It was as sorted generally thnt the Itepubllenn pnny wouiti secure me vote or me solid cast. Including all of tho New England stntes. with the exception of Maine and Vermont: that the Democratic party would mnlntntn Its hold on the solid south nnd that the third term party would secure the solid west, leaving only tucinlddle .west nsjlcliat- - the election still ono month away, the Republican party finds Itself with n strengthened hold on tho solid east, having routed tho third term party In Vermont nnd tho Democratic party In Maine. The third term leaders recently conceded thnt wc would pick tho state of Utah out of the solid west. ami. after con- ferrlng with' Chairman Hllles and oth ers recently In tho west, there Is every reason to believe that the Republican party will carry Michigan. Washington. Idaho nnd Wyoming. Moreover, If the proper kind of a campaign Is waged, we will carry Oregon. Kansas nnd Mlnno'otn, where the third term strength has rapidly waned since the recent tour through thnt section by the party's candldnte. "I nin not familiar with the developments In other western states, many good reports have come to me nt Beverly concerning them, hut even with the state nlready mention ed It can be seen that there Is no long' cr n solid west back of the new party, hut more nearly n solid west reunited In support of the Itepubllenn ticket. This strength, added to the ImlWptitn bte hold on the eastern xtntc. ronatl ttltcs In Itself a suluYlcnt strength to give succesa to the party. "It Is scarcely necessary for me to ,,,4 fo r,vp,,lv of reestablish ft 0 ,ti tal t majority In the house lnR of representatives. If this Is done I confident flint I will l. nl.l.. m have placed on, the stntnte books th workmen's compensation law which I nrnxl uon the last session. lint which was aent to oblivion by the Democratic house. If the country will give the Itepubllenn party n complete victory In tts congressional ns well ns Its presidential ticket a proper tarlfT revision will be speedily effected, with knowledge of the faets naccrtalm-by tnrlff commission, which will harm no one and remove Its present defects." Mile groifmL "TvATny, with PROSPERITY F0R PERRY Situ, (Condiirtnl by Ilia National Woman'i Clirlillan Tetnpfrance Union.) LIQUOR Fine Work of Courts-Pollt- lcsl atlon (Special Correipondent) REVENUE OF CHICAGO D ,,. fi at Ottawa, Canada, Sept. 9 tucky and many other states, and .t Young man: is t bo hoped, while the 12th comes I want you to read what Mncaulay on Saturday, und tho schools are says about tho opposing generals nt the closed on that day, that the Monday battle, of Merwlnden: d. following will bo appropriately "Of all the 120,000 men gathered around Merwlnden under all the standards of western Europe, it is probable, RILEY'S BIRTHDAY that the two feeblest In body were the hunchbacked dwarf who urged forMonday was the birthday of James ward the fiery onslaught of Franco and Whltconib Riley. A year ugo the tho asthmatic skeleton who covered Hoosler Poet was seriously sick and England's slow retreat." j di.ring most of the year it' was not You are neither a hunchbacked dwarf thought that ho could live any length nor an asthmatic skeleton. of time. But it is said now that he But suppose you were? U almost as well as over. Or, suppose you aro a runt and a This was Mr. Riley's COth birthday, weakling, physically? Nevertheless, take courage! but he is still a boy In spirit. RIl?y There's Napoleon, i'ou think of him was a long time in finding himself, having been a wandering sign pnlnter as n robust, sawedoff little giant, ablo along with after being confined for a number of to get you know-- He four hours' sleep, months to dry law books in his but do came to Paris an undersized, hol father's law office, boy. at whom they poked I low cheeked m also had an oxpcrlcnco with n . fUn at tuo engineering school becauso FRANKLIN PIERCE. traveling patent medicine show, nnd ho was small? Even nfter he had Tljo fourteenth president of tho United Stntes was born nt HIINhoftv afterwards edited a paper and almost shown special talent ns an artilleryfilled its columns with his homely man he wns dismissed from the army N. II., In 1S04 and died nt Concord. N. II.. In l"SKi, lie won wide distinction as a lawyer. He resigned from tho United States senate In 1SI2 to rcsuuis verso, which for a long time was con and despaired of bis future, lie tells us about making the thin his profession and declined In turn nn npitolntnient to tho senate, the nominaso common that tho magazines sidered tion for governor nnd n place In tho cabinet. At the opening of the Mexican would not accept It, And ho is said to soup upon which bo and his brother war ho eullsted as a private, but slwrtly beenme a brigadier general, doing lived, and he says, "I breakfasted off havo won a place in their columns dry bread, but I bolted the door on my t valiant service. Ho wns elected president on tho Democratic ticket In 1862. by a ruso and In fact a kind of only His administration had much to do with the problems uffectlng slavery. poverty." forgery, having written a poem which Note the nerro and the floe pride of Pierce's conservative course made him unpopular in the north. I ho attributed to Edgar Allen Poo. the phrase. This showed him that the only thing Most young men would have given np. After seven years ns lieutenant he needed was a namo. Moreover a man should, If possible, a new world record. Tho race was easily won, tho other Riley, Judged by tho salo of his there was no promotion In sight, but continue when old to do the things works, is easily the leading Ameri- tho little corporal wrote in his diary: be has been doing in the past And, contestants trailing far behind. The Now let If his work le not thnt of physical stakes for tho winner wero $8,415, "I'vo done all I can do. can poet today. Throughout the week labor, he should be ablo to do better Including the world look outl" a gold cup valued at J 1,000, exhibits of his works will be made work when he Is old. Ho gathers And there's Theodore Roosevelt lf presented by Gov. McCreary on In various libraries and in many A puny city lad who left New York, cumulative strength. fechools Riley programs will bo given. of tho Stato Racing Commission. Darwin wrote books for many years, went west nnd lived the cowboy life It will bo a,loni tlmo before "The In order to save himself from a pre- bot his greatest work. "The Descent ' NEW TRIAL FOR DOLAN Old Swlnimln' Hole' "When transportation. Tho matura death. Think or say what you of Man," was written when he was Frost Is On Tho Pumpkin," nnd "Lit- like about Roosevelt politically, there seventy years old. Property Is undoubtedly high here. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 7, 1912. Beethoven composed music up to tho tle Orphan Annie" will bo forgotten. aro few.men who aro his peers physT. F. Dolan, who Is charged with This Is shown by the prices asked day of bis death. ically. for all forms of real estate. Town Gladstone's greatest forensic tri- tho murder' of Patrick Mooncy, comes lots are held And of literary men there aro Dar at prices that ono would umphs wcro won nt a time when most up for another hearing before Judgo WE DON'T OBJECT win, who was an invalid for forty Kerr next 'Monday. Tho Jury Is- to expect In a town o! C.000 Inhabitants years, and Stevenson, wuo when he i men are In their dotage. Anri Vlnfnr TTnr-.wtiat n rlnA n)A bo selected from Jessamine Count v. or more, and frequently chatigo hands could not ralso his head from his pll- Oa another pago of The Citizen this man bo became! By many persons Dolan has already had thrco trials, lnt tneso prices. Now and substantial week will bo found a statement, re- low wrote stuff that will live. Do not these instances and there The Man Who Laughs" Is considered each tlmo resulting In a hung Jury. """dliS8 a KOlng up along tho main quired by the- recent act of Congress y hundreds moro make you asham- bis greatest lok. Ho was near Often three trials mean tho dls-- 1 "ireeis or mo town Just as though amending the postal regulations, show-ln- are to say you cannot do when he wrote It. what you ed missal of the coso. but Judico Kerr . lno "1to wero secure. tho names of tho stockholders of want to do, or be what you want Activity Is the law of life. Tho L. nnd K. Hallway Company is over-rule-d tho motion mndo for disHe who dies In the harness lives tho The Berea Publishing Company, the to be? longest. And there Is the Joy of work missal and ordered tho selection cf working hard to got Us road completowners and publishers of Tho Citizen, Tho flesh may be weak, but Is tho ed to Jenkins before tho bad wcathor a Jury from another county. np to tho very Inst. and also the namo of the Editor and spirit willing? As Rolert Louis Stevenson some- The killing occurred In a Loxlng- comes on, and work through Perry Manager. you can say with Napoleon, When County, in the way of ballasting (on Hotel of which Moonoy was asks. In This new regulation provides that "Pro done all I can," then you can also where to go on substance: "la It not roadbed, putting In sldo tracks, buildto tlie precipice, pour- - prletor more than a year ago. all editorial or other reading, mat say: ing depots, and lining tunnels with ms your run lire over tne Niagara "Now let tho world look out." pay Is received, publish ter for which Of Death, than to drlbblo It away?" INCREASING RAILWAY RETURNS concrete, is progressing rapidly. Tho And It will look out for you and get ed In any paper, shall bo designated When should one quit work? way. Current reports of tho rovlvnl of track Is laid to above Whltcsburg, as an advertisement, tho object of out of y6ur Never! the but no regular passenger or freight InWhen you cease putting fuel under railway traffic aro verified by tho requirement being to show tho WHEN TO RETIRE. your boilers you nro a dead engine. official returns for the month of July trains aro yet run beyond Hazard. Th fluences that control the policies of The man who has lived an active life yon cannot go forward unless .some complied by tho Bureau of Railway j be8t depot on 1,10 ,lno w"l o tho paper and the sentiments express-cIt nt his peril, other engine hitches onto yoo and Kconomlcs from reports to tho Inter- - Btructe(1 t Hazard. With millions ,he 8l'Ie tck. coal, outcrop. Btiito Commerce Commission covering on ,nll"on8 ot fll3!"!0U A good deal of opposition is develop, a life Is of all Oil the old machin- eover 220,000 mllos, about 90 per cent plng right by the railroad. It Is sin ing to these new regulations To go to based states the most miserable. Feed In the fuel, toot the whistle, of tho steam railway mllcago ot tho gular that no ono Is yet ready to ship upon tho claim that the press is be- bed with nothing to look forward to ring the bell nnd-St- ay coal from Perry county, nor Is thero country. ing muzzled and the constitutional and wake up In the morning with on the main track! The Increases 'n net revenue wero nny prospect for this winter. Even right of free speech Interfered with. nothing to do Is to live a pitiful ex not, however) universal. For tho Eas- tho railroad company gets Its coal But the Editor of The Citizen has istence. It Is not the years that make n man tern group of railways the Increase from Knox, Ucll and Whitley counties, WORLD'S RECORD BROKEN no such objections to make, Recent old. It Is the death of the spirit ot H. C. Faulkner. over July, 1911, was 10.9 per cent, development In American political the man. Louisville, Ky., OcL 8th, 192.'or 2.01 per mile cf lino per day; for life have shown that the rich and uneighty-fourtyear Judge In bis tho Western group 16.4 per cent, or The world's record In the scrupulous do, In many Instances, con- Roger A. Pryor of New York said to What wo can do for others is tho race was broken at Churchill Downs $1.29 per mile ot line per day. Tho trol the prwes and direct the editorial a reporter: .Sotem'ta, owned by Mrs. net revenue ot the Southern group test of power, what "we can suffer policies of many papers that many "The passage of time has In Itself no yesterdsy by for others Is (he test ot love. Bishop editors, while they may possess their effect on man or other material things. L. A. Livingston of rfow Jersey. Tho decreased B.5 per cent, or 41 cents Westcott was 7 mln 10 p sees., which Is per mile ot line per day. What a man does counts time cele-bra'e( -ft I sev-tntg pro-bett- er con-qui- ts d. HANDICAPS. HazarJ, Ky October 7th, 1912. Tho last week, tho first week of October, began with a touch of November weather on Monday, nnd ended with tho finest weather of tho year. Farmers wcro busy cutting corn throughout tho week some Hiving fodder from lato corn. There wns 11 slight touch of frost, Tuesday morning, which however, did no damage. Circuit Court closed hero a week ago, after a session which lasted practically thru tho summer vacation, In first, n special term thru July, which wero tried practically all tho criminal and penal cases of nny importance, nnd tho regular term which began, tho second Monday In August, and continued throughout September, being engaged In the trial of civil causes, and grand Jury work. After tho regular grand Jury had been discharged In tho last week of September, i. new grniul Jury was nnd brought In nn indict ment for murder, nnd n largo number of Indictments for violation of tho lo cal option Inw. Tho Circuit Judgo nnd Attorney havo had Commonwealth's rather a strenuous tlmo of It, this year and last, In enforcing tho local the option law. As a colisequenco Circuit Judge has brought down upon himself, generally, tho wrath of those who dcslro to dispense liquor In this county. It Is to his credit that he has not flinched from his duty. There was a tlmo when this county would havo recalled tho Circuit Judge, If It had had the recall, and that simply for doing his duty. I think that tlmo Is passed. It not, It Is passing now. Politics Is In a fluid stato In this county. No ono knows Just what the outcomo will bo. In .May and June tho county was tegular, nt least on tho face of things, nnd at first tho Chicago convention did not havo tho effect of changing matters much; but later on there sprung up In tho country districts quite a sentiment for Roosevelt, not enough to defeat tho to Itepuhllcan ticket, but enough make a three cornered race of It. This condition, however, may endanger tho election of A. J. Kirk for tho Court of Appeals, Tho writer regards this ns unfortunnte. This Is tho first tlmo In fifty years that tho mountain peoplo have had an opportunity to elect a real mountain man, who Is really capable of holding tho office. Tho Progressive candldnte now scorns to ho tho Hon. John I). White, who claims tho nomination of thnt party. When or where ho received it, t no ono seems to know. At least wo ,havo found no Piegresslvo who ran tell us. At first tho Hon. T. II. Wakey, of Beattyvllle, was oslng as tho nominee of thnt party; and wo )mo not learned yet how ho got off tho ticket and was replaced by Whit". Perhaps that will bo explained later. This county has great prospects for tho futuro. Thero Is much tlmtcr hc.'o and n great deal of coal, much of It of fine quality. Tho 0110 troublu which tho writer sees for tho future, and tho ono thlnj; that Is now In tho way of real development is tho question of freight rates. Speaking from personal observation, ono hundred and fifty capitalists, or more, havo been in Hazard within the last flvo weeks, seeking coal, cither for purchaso or for rental. No ono of thcBo has yet closed n deal, and tt Is.nn open secret that tho wain, thing In their way is tho rato for Approximately (07,000,000 Would Taken In Every Year If Each Saloon Received $35 Dally. Th Chicago Record-Heralmskci the following estimate: If the 7,000 saloons of Chicago take In $30 each approximately $f.7,000,000 n yrnr Apply this In legitimate channels of trade and you will linvo this result: Employ 10,000 men cleaning streets ami doing other public work nt SI. CO a day; employ 2,000 teams and men cleaning alleys and st rents nt $4.00 a day; glvo each of 60,000 poor families $1.00 n day; buy a $25 suit for tho father of each of these C0.000 families; buy one $10 dress and ono $3 pair of shoes for the mother; buy two tons of hard coal and ono barrel of flour for each poor family; buy ono $20 suit nnd ono $ pnlr of shoes for 1150,000 uurklnRincn, and par the and lunch of tho same number; buy ono $4 suit of clothes for every boy nnd girl In tho public schooli (ISO. 591 enrolled); establish one free library nnd mtiaoum In rnch division of the city nt $1,000,000 each; butld SO new schoolhouses at $100,000 each; build 36 churches nt $50,000 each; car-far- o day, the total nmount for nil would be Klvo to fresh nlr fund for poor children $76,000; give to tho various hospitals of tho city $100,000; nnd have a balance left of over $10,000. SOME MIGHTY POOR EXCUSES Temperance Worker Meets With Many Peculiar Pretence! In Seeking to Enllat Recruits. I "It's not my concern," "I'm not especially Interested In the subject," are excusci which meet tho temperance worker who" endeavors to enlist recruits In the nr ngnlnat the liquor traffic. Do those who speak realize what n commentary they are making upon their patriotism? What reason can they give for falling to be concerned In nn evil which Is destroying young men by the thousand, waiting tho substance of thousandi more, and lowering the efficiency of a multitude of workcra? How can they explain their lack of Interest In a subject so vital to future generations? Were our nation at war with one of the world powers, wno wouia aare 10 nana up before hie fellows and admit that be was not Interested In the outeome of tho struggle? All the horrors of war sink Into Irilgnlflcanco beelde the tyrannies nnd atrocities for which tho legalized liquor tratllc Is responsible. VILLAGE EDITOR HAD ENOUGH Country Journallit Makes Character, title Reply of Thanka for Dottla of Whisky Sent to Him. Here n Is a recent editorial notice In village newspaper. "A preesnt In the shape of a bottle of fine old Scotch whliky was kindly tent to this oftlco at 2 p. m. on Thurtslay. Ten mlnutei pnit that At 2:30, hour not a drop remained. three men wero charged with being drunk and disorderly Tho editor of this paper returni thanks for tho gift nnd would feel obliged If tho donor of the whliky would lend along money enough to pay the fines, a policeman's' helmet, a new office boy, four panes) of glnn, a new door knob, and no more whisky!" Total Abatlnance and SporU Mr. J, C. Clegg. chairman ot the Engllab Football asaoctatlon, In the course of a health lecture at Sheffield showed that tho best conditions of physical achievements (and endurance were obtained under total abstinence. Two thousand years ago the youth of Greece entering the. Olympic games were urged to abstain from wine. In his younger days, whe.ii he played football, and won about 120 prizes. Including 80 firsts on the runs ning track, roraark-e- d to him that as he was an abstainer he had an advantage nnd ought to give them n start. Mr. Clegg attacked the system In vogue In England ot putting footballers In publlediouses, and he declared that It the nien did not touch the drink, the houra spent In the air of a publlc-houiput the men off form, and he gave Instances of e thli having occurred, Lines of Troth. (lod'a tide Is never tho whisky side. Genius may be swift, but perseverance has the surest feet. No man has a God siren rlgtit to do anything with his troubles except to give them to Chrlit. The devil likes to pat the t man on the bead who expects to get 'to heaven on his own merits. To Prohibit Theft The laws of the country prohibiting stealing do not- - entirely prevsnt stealing. Nevertheless, I am opposed to a high license system ot teallng, provided that all theft shall ' be restricted to certain authorized thlavts who shall steal only between the hours of a. m. and 11:30 p. im, except Sunday, when no stealinf shall be done except by stealthy etilranea by the back door, and at the thUrs risk. I believe In laws that absolutely forbid theft at any hour oa any day of the weak-B- ob Dtirdette. ' h a October 10, 1912 cessfully without requiring the slightest utteiitluii lifter they are put in tho Edited by Prof. Charles D. Lewis baker I know one housekeeper who dues nil her cooking, bilking and roastClass tireless cooker ing Willi the help uf Some Hints for and ilreh'ss baker nnd a two burner gasoline Htnve. Mile has proved, too, Two weeks ago 1 wroto In regard to greatest care, for It Involves mo a which la that she un iiiiipllshes inure work with Domo tilings that tho teacher might question of proportion tho better results nt nuniit do to mako tho 1'rimary History class most Important ono turnout Geogracost of fuel nnd twice ns much saving Interesting and valuable. This phy, Ask tho clars what you shall nioro (fly B. O. SEt.t,EP.B. Director of Kventn By Rev. James M. Gray, D. D. of her own time mid lulxir ns when sho take for a rod on your map. Shall Department, The Mooay iiidio inimyir, week 1 Wisu 10 uevum my used a first ehiss run I range. ChicaRo.) tho 8Ui)ject of Geography, and mako It bo a foot, or a half foot? If tho itenlly the term "llrelcss cooker" Is " a fOW critlcUms nnd suggestions. school yard Is small you can tako much better namo a misnomer, unit CHARLTON, By EDITH G. LESSON FOR OCTOBER 13.! No subject taught In our schools a foot, whllo It larger a shorter icngt would be "heat retainer." for thero 'should bo of greater interest to tho must bo taken, lint bo suro that tho In Chart of Domeitic Economy, Iowa must first be heat enough to bring TKXT-Blm- on aervant and an I'eter, State College. whatever Is to be cooked to the boilCLEAN AND UNCLEAN. jhoys and girls than Geography, and children understand that all over to them that have apoatle of Jeeue Chrtat, ing point or until It has been heated obtained a like precloua faith with ua fdaro say that tlicro aro to - tho map a foot on tho board means a through the rUMeouinmi of Ood and our throughout to at least 180 degrees. LESSON TRXT-Ma- rk Copyright. 1910. by Amtrlean Prett vniQ or Interest bc- rod on tho ground. This Is ono of Saviour Jtiua Chrlati Clraea and prace ba aoi.DKM TKXT "For the Kingdom of that aro of less This can be accomplished over any AitocUtian. multiplied unto you through the knowlpoints In tho use of tho drinking-- , but right- - causo of poor teaching. ''Uooklshncss tho first eating- and klud of fire. Then the heat Is simply edge of Ooil, and of Jetua our Lord. II Ood la not many map symbol. eouinns and peace and Joy In the Holy la tho great sin hero as in has always retained by the cooker for several OUSKKKEPINU Peter I, 1 and 1 ahoat."-no- m. 11:17 lb v. been hampered" to a certain ex- hours or until the cooking Is comSupposing that tho front lino Is other places. The slnglo thems running all tent by tradition and somo su- pleted. to flvo rods and tho map Bcalo ft foot This lesson deals with tho last of Many things need to bo dono through this Second Epistle of Peter thoso four events that marked tho perstition. Until recently few existing, but to tho rod, your front lino will bo 24 The Homemade Cooker. chango tho conditions making investiga Is growth In grace Capcrna- crisis . .in tho Mo of Jesus at at question of women thought of long. Now comes tho 1 wIbIi to dwell upon only ono at this It Is not necessary to buy a cooker. Chris-tlan- s .1 ai a regarding quesIkl or "How tions for ,onn, tho tho direction of tho sido lines. Hero tions In general housekeeping, tho though ono or more should be Included Grow." We r and his t'mo. That ono U largely do- - again get tho children to decldo as word of some being in every up to date kitchen equipment have only quoted final departuro for Jerusalem. .future work of tho child Tho fact that the Very satisfactory ones have been two verses as our well as iKnslblo from tho memory usually sudlclcnt. i! and VII of tho second ncnils upon It. I refer to tho map. T...nn. made out of a wooden box or pall lined text, but we want QUartcr 0f this ycar showed us Jesus man may bo a thing of tho great- - they havo of tho grounds what tho grandmother had no opportunity to carefully with hay, wood, excelsior or to speak or tno Rtttuj0 towards tho law. tako study the laws of nature as seen in Hero wo cgt Valuo, and it again may bo utter- - nnglo should bo. Or you may Is covered with outing subject a "Ui the ordinary process of living did not paper, which sco his attltudo towards rabbinical tra- - jy w0rthlPss. Unfortunately It is moro four pieces of paper or better, tableaving a noie m lined In the nr , dltlon. (1) Thoy nro thn traditions of tho nvcragc woman's faith in flannel or asboskis, closely disturb (It around tho oftcn tho ,aUcr t,mn Ulu formcr ow let backs, and go to tho corners and But now a chango is tbo center to eleven verses opinion. her men. and not tno law oi uou. i map ,8 a ym get tho angle of each by laying tho gradually moving ncross the country, utensil In which the food Is cooked. In theso verses vnrn Ynnriii n iirt'itfxi. wnui cut iuuu ng 0 on(J fallur0i Th0 ... in using tho ,bol, and very often neither maocr pnjior on tho ground and marking tho and tho up to date housekeeper is The principle Involved the Inspired writer ovndcd tho c0'mandi of tho law. direction of each line. Use tho samo nlivo to anything which suggests im cooker Is that tho receptacle Is mado . Mirrn eencral dlvl speaks of four Wn nonconducting scalo for length of tho other lines as proved and easier methods of work. of and lined with some things concerning ,,oni( f.xho accusation, v. II. it symbolizes. material which holds tho heat hi tho Christian growth. I Tno an8We.( v cj.3 and III. Tho ap- - Tn nnrrpit till evil WO llltlSt K't was used for tho front, and you havo Sho will Investigate new plans and cooked. For this rea food try practicable suggestions which seem son auntil it Js 001, uarrci or pan ia outline, Houndary lines. rirai, uo .ku iCnt on. v. tho child learn tho meaning of maps I y wooden to offer greater facility iq ner wor. of Its source In bo . Ceremonial Neglected. In TMfi will lw- ns much ns mil ..... t.tirai used for the outside part This Is lilU HilUfeO t..ttt. uiilr.il " aaiwa. 1m verso ono. What But there Is yet In our midst the con Tho growing hatred of tho 1 nan. IIHI , T,mt d notniean tho coun- - dono at ono recitation, perhaps more, servative hoilHekecper. She Is slow to lined three or four Inches thick with of IT lnur Is the source .nm v ,.. (UV.UI I a PtLO 1VU Inn m in mnlrn fnn inn t iiihhv ,fli rwr ni crtt- llfl (I rOfl ltn Q if wool, paper, excelsior or In some cases nicy h" v,t adopt new methods or to provide new mlht iy or 1110 Siaie, cuner, i"r ,1,.,, ni If physical growth T Life. The same Is for and better equipment for her work. with exhausted air. A space is leit God In the beginner tho sido lines. Havo each child true of tho spiritual. Llfo obscrvo him and find wherein to ac- - as unknown worlds to tn the center which fits closely around a through Jesus Christ. It Is this to cuso him. Whllo they were studying as tho deserts of central Asia. Ho tho next leason bring to class tho covered granite utensil In which which ho refers when ho speaks of him they at tho samo time revealed tnu8t B0 allowed to deal with Bomo-tho- lr copy of tho outline carefully drawn on food Is cooked. A padded cover nts "obthem to whom he writes as having Ideal of the kingdom of Ood.'t,ng wnci, ho has felt, seen and tho brown paper. Havo rules for them tight over the top of the cooker, thus tained like precious faith with us in They took special notlco that tho dls ' handled to tiso but suggest tho scale that they allowing no chance for tho outside air the righteousness of God and our ciliicim v. to enter or the heat to escape, mo and Thlr.1 use, probably 1 Inch to tho rod, or Saviour Jesus Christ." observanco of tho ceremonial cleans- - Tho Klrst and Second largely CIH- - perhaps 2 Inches will bo a good size. temperature the food material la when un- - grado children will bo is one who has "ob- in nf their hnnds. The Christian Wo must not It Is put Into the cooker win De retained" something, ho has not earned derstand this to mean so much tho ployed with learning directions, with In caso foot rulers arc not to bo had tained for several hours, nnd the fall It nr worked It out for himself, but rntnnrnl nf Apttlltl tlnclpannCSS. but nltnttln U'D!) Ihor nhsnrvntlnns. and With get ono of tho larger boys to bring In tempcraturo Is very gradual, rno a squaro or ruler and mako them. It, which ho has obThat obtained athcr that tho aiaclploa had neglect- -' getting acquainted with hill, valley principle Is tho same for freezing as . gift of -, . ... . .. Pieces of lath or other thin boards tallied is faith. Faith Is tho rmnnitti O.ervanco of tho In cooking, a low temperature being on j , God. Tho object of this faith, that of which tho Pharl- io Vain . may bo used, or In case theso are retained tho same as a high degree of - T. righteous-which it terminates. I. "tho punclllloUB. Mark (v. 3 borllid (ot lho. Bf from heat. begin In earnest not at hand straight sticks ready ness of God and our Saviour Jesus by calling d 4) BddB rumlnaton tho woods, '4 inch thru, may tako In the baker two soapstones are heat luu ChrlsU" Not tno rignteousuess which CB)eclnl attention to theso traditions Ki " ed for fifteen minutes directly over their placo. Tho work will bo good i uou is, uui lue rmuicououcD. so lena- - inrgur leaiurt-owhich tho Jews adhered the Ore. and then one Is placed above God gives, his Imputed rlgbtoousncss ciously. Ji training for tho larger boys while What shall ho begin wwi7 Thus wo can sco that their and tho other below the article to bo by which alone a man begins to live Ideal of mans relation to Uod was seems to mo that tho answer to tno giving tho others a supply of rulers. & baked. ceremony, question Is ii simple ono with tho beforo him. For tho next lesson begin the filling largely a matter of external Cooking Cereals In the "Flrelest." of God the Means. Word Purity to them was an outward matareas tho features and In of tho map. First placo the house, (2.) He next speaks of the means ter, something largely governed by tho simplest land The llrelcss cooker Is especially right by and seo to It that It is in the of growth, which Is tho word of God traditions of men and which they had tho boundaries of which ho knows adapted for foods that require long, will bo tho, place, Is tho projwr shape, and of the Grace and peaco are mul(verse slow cooking, but Is not. Intended for to hold" v. G. Tho answer first hand methods. That "received the tiplied unto us through the knowledge of Jesus reveals a very opposlto Ideal. school grounds or tho home. To be right proportion to tho rest of articles which require rapid boning. of God, ho says, and. Indeed, he ndds, Ho begins by calling the Pharisees gin with, of course, all members of map, i. c. mado to scale. Follow this It la particularly well suited for ce "all things that pertain unto llfo and hypocrites. A hypocrito Is a play this grado know tho umerem uirec-acto- r, with tho paths, tho well, If thero bo reals of all kinds, because tho princigodliness" como In the 'same way. trees, ple underlying the cooking of nil one, marblo grounds, swings, ono who hides behind a mask. tlons, and something of measurements, Hut thla knowledge is not that which Then applying tho prophecy or isaian, starchy foods Is that It should be slow. it y anj, cimnco they do not, you stumps, rocks and in fact any famll waa obtnlncd In the handiwork of na- Jesus tells tho Pharisees that thoy thorough and prolonged, in a previous hayo to remcdy th0 matter as lar feature of tho grounds. ture, hut in the revealed word. "Do-alr-u aro hiding their truo character behind wl nrticlc the statement wns made that may tako a number of days 10 on wUh It thcn tho slnccro milk of tho Word tho mask of ceremonial cleansing. the breakfast oatmeal may bo cookea - this, but what have you doing, do all oftho work that yo may grow thereby." In the tireless cooker. The directions Such play acting is but a poor imi- In our hearts Is evil, but in the Word tatlon of tho real heart condition do- Tho next pretty day after reading dono when It Is finished? You havo for doing this are as follows: thero are "exceeding great and pre- manded by God (I's. Cl:10). Their these suggestions, tako tho oral class, established In tho mind of tho child To two cupfuls of boiling water aoa ' It Is as we see cious promises," and one teaspoonful of salt. Stir in graduwcro far from God even though to which you should bo giving this tho Idea as to what a map is. All hearts and apprehend theso that "we dcslro w ally ono cupful of oatmeal. Let it boll ith their lips they professed to foundation work, into tho school yard know that tho croaked lino Is not n HOMEMADE FI11FXFS3 COOKER. and reach out for them. And In reachdirectly over the tire for Uve minutes. servo him, "and many llko things and mAi0 60mo measurements and Iath, that a certain space between ing out (or them wo drop these. It yo often Is another then place In the cooker tor eiguv There mo scrvico wn.cn , is ,,p ea.- - ooservnHOI18 , reEard to direction. do- .lines is not tho marble grounds reason mav be nnd . .. . . IS wnav uio cniiu uoea wun. mo u besides .conservatism nuicu or overnight. It the oatmeal Is as and that a round dot In one corner mnkes her hesitate to change her hours In ;" . ' r,f. th" grounds aro not fenced. falls out of his hand as ho ojxos It to the morning reheat over hot cold grasp the orange. tho wl oflen sc. precede this Is not tho persimmon tree, but these mode of work. It Is because the men water. ual. but In tho fulfillment of llfo. (3.) Tho Inspired penman Is led farworx uy u tew uays worn, in cusu clearly stand for .what they aro put who are generally the money earners, Mauy persons are familiar wttn tno growing character. ther to speak of the naturo of Chris- a that much time Is needed, In estab thero to represent, because tho chll aro often averse to spending any sum construction of the tireless cooker. Disciples Perplexed. which he tian growth in verses Not but aro not quite sure how to use ono. lines drcn nro perfectly familiar with tho of money for house equipment. Jesus takes advantage, of this dis- lishing corners and boundary sets beforo us slang seven different being familiar with the details of do For such a few general rules may do turning to tho mutltudo to tho grounds. This may help In dis- THING. lines of development virtue, knowl cussion and mestic work ami having larger inter helpful. would bind And this very point Is whero Geog edge, temperance, patience, godliness, upon whom tho Pharisees ccrmoniai' cipline, too. Tho grounds will likely own business, they aro In Soma General Directions. front on a road. This may well mako raphy Is meaningless to too many ests apt their and charity or love. such a grlevouB burden of brotherly kindness very to think women cau get along ism anu laiscnoou Imsn linn With n m,l noln or grown up people. The map has no with almost anything or. ratner, tney vnnf As there Is no evaporation In the .-..-.. ,7 thorn that It is not so much that wblch," i .w k. havo think that housework cau be accom cooker, use less water with cereals ot clear meaning because they man that denies him. but wjmu oinur nieasuro 111m 11s leu&iu, any kind. Beans as nearly as possible in a spirit- - oaten into a and determine its direction as nearly never been carefully trained to think nllsbed with any sort of tools. .. ual sense what "strenuousness" has raincr iuuv wuibu quite natural that ns possible. Then, after establishing In map symbols. For that reason While cooking the food over the Uro Occasionally a woman dislikes to ask man. v. 15. It seems In- will come to mean in tbo physical and Brazil Is a siot of a certain color for what she needs, or sometimes she leave the vessel uncovered. This - tho disciples should bo perplexed and tho other corners, run tho lines beYellectual. A Christian man. In othwill not accent modern Inventions permit the gases formed In cooking to tween theso and tho baso line, re- on tno map called South America as jeaua uai ' ords, is sopposed to havo tho snouiu 3 escape. This Is particularly necessary not a great land full of wonderful when they are offered to tier, nnd now iu preparing chicken nnd other meats courage of his convictions in witness-- , such a statement, Jesus' answer, v. cording their direction and length. and then we tiud one who will not very clearly tnat shows us With this information you may get forms of plant and animal llfo, with use them when they are actually in for the cooker. Ing to ,'esus Christ. In tbo same way "temperance" does theso things coming forth, reveal tho nt tho work of preparing tho maps. peoplo scattered over it who aro liv It the granite utensil used In the her possession. It Is not always easy corruption within. Head Matthew Let each ono havo ' sot mean simply abstinence from a heavy plcco ing, working, struggling, longing, Just to tell lust where the fault ties or cooker Is too large tor the amount ot 3:10-12- . tn 12:34, 35, Gen. 0:5 and James drink, but of brown or yellow wrapping paper, as wo aro. oue thing is certain food, use a smaller vessel In which to what It purity of heart, if 'the whole of one's conduct, a llfo kept Ileal purity Is cleansed, what will the about a foot squaro, and on this start Do you think this Is a great there hasIs. but less ndrance in house cook tbo food nnd set It inside the been It Ood, symmetrical, heart bo not In hand for e larger utensil, surrounded by hot waavail If wo wash tho bands? What, n Map of tho School Grounds. Be- amount of work? Well, it may be, but keeping during the Inst twenty-fiv- any ter. To Insure perfect success thero 'spiritually well poised, an years than has beeu made by you can leavo off tho effort of get of then, is tho application for this pres- foro tho children mako a line, howev sainthood. No better illustration Agriculture ns It is should be two vacant spaces in tho this could be found than in the union ent day? Clearly wo aro taught tho er, wrk out Uieoutllno of tho grounds ting tho children to namo the states other Industrypresent is no more like cooker or utensil. follip scrvico without a change upon tho board with them in class. that bound Kentucky, glvo their cap. carried ou at danger of of patience and godliness, which This method of cooking Is splendid years ago than farmlug tweuty-Ov- e of heart. Tho danger of substituting lows.. First say that you aro going to Itals say tho names of certain rivers truck gardening is like ranching. It for chicken fricassee, stews of all and ,The patience Is not to be a mere tho good for the besL, Forms any mako a map of tho school yard, and and mountains, and many other use. the same luterest had been tnken in kinds, pot roasts, soups and for toleal endurance, but united to and ceremonies are good and havo their that tho top of tho board will bo less things which you may bo doing household ntlnlrs there might have meat dish which requires slow cookflowing from a spirit of enlightened placo.' Tjiey aro significant. They In that ing. If the piece ot meat Is large reTo at tho wrong tlmo and in the wrong been similar advaui-emeu- t trust -- in God. Tho true Christian In- aro important teaching factors, but ncrth and tho right sido cast. heating it after It has been In tho deed, la the Ideal man. Hew sad that they must not bo substituted for a keep this beforo them put an arrow way, unu uo someining tnat win nave most Important ot all Industries then conor five There are numerous inventions on cooker four cooking-fou- hours and Uve hours tho meaning to tho child. so few of them when the pure heart Wo must bowaro lost wo Minting to tho letter N near herei.are r or tinuing the provision for their creation Is so ' of tho school the market for making housework longer will give better results. top whero it can remain. Now ask behind such a mask. hide when tho map so freely offered by dlvlno There Is here also tho plain teach- whero you rhall put tho road. If it grounds has been carefully worked easier. Some of them arc valuable, The length of time the food-- is to bo and others are worse than useless. of the Pen- runs In ono grace, ing as to Jesus' estlmato of tho cardinal dlrec oui uy teacner ana class you may Unless an Implement after It has been cooked over the tire depends on the growth In grace tateuch and Inferentlally of tho proph(4) Tbo result of thoy will likely bo nbla to place well havo each child mako a map of given a fair trial is found to be size and nature ot the food.' A ten First, (verses ecy of Isaiah. Ho specifically calls it tlcns la throe-fol-d wo can It, If It runs, say, N.N.E., they will tho homo, taking In barn, garden, or. saver of both time, labor and energy pound ham should simmer, never boll, second, assurance, and third, the "Word of God." Surely for about forty minutes nnd cook In reward. If there Is one thing more accept his estlmato as contrasted likely not. In that case help them. chard, etc., fon they will then bo ablo It Is not worth house room. the cooker for ten hours, with a secthan another that Christians want to with tho traditions of tho elders or With tho direction of this lino fixed, to do tho work for themselves. The Handy Firtleis Cooker. ond reheating after the lirst tour In this as in many other things, re know It is how they may bo assured tho "consensus of modern thought" Its length must bo determined. Thts Among the most useful articles that of salvation. Here Is the A, D, C of Thero is hero also a great opportu- will bo a point to settle with tho member our motto, "I can it I WILL, have been brought into tbo kitchen hours. tireless cooker Is not Intended Tbo It f "It y do these things ye shall nity to emphasize filial duty. This within the Inst live years Is tho tire-- ei r twiti vnititin hins nf flnv kind. never fall." Thts is the way to make is a day and a tlmo that needs emphaless cooker, or. us It was lirst named. T ajJ prevlousiy Btated. require our calling and eloctton sure, "to do sis upon tho fifth commandment ConTHE BURBANK OF PEDAGOGY convinced tho young Dr. 'Montessorl the -- uay box." me coucepuou ot iuu J(, cook,ngi whlt.u canB be accom- things." This does not mean to sideration of parents' sacrltlco, these very old one, as , rn pook. lf .,. Fifteen years ago Maria Montessorl, not that tho delinquents under her ureless cooker Is a bearing of mako our calling and election aure so with them in tho teaching wero specially clever, but some of the primitive races knew all (fl ,t they nre g(lro ,0 bo beaTy and God Is concerned, but so far burdens, comfort for them in sorrow a young Italian woman of wealth, re- far M rather that tho system ot education auuui uuu pimiui-- im- .111 . IIMn,n. ,- - wutnrT. M we ouraelveo aro concerned. and adversity, and cheer for them as j ftaeraunt and culture, brimming with after this muuiier. Hut It was forgotIf meat Is liked brown this should 'Ood knows whether wo are called thoy Journey down life's pathway. Fil- mo ana ammtion ana witu a uroau of normal children could bo improved. ten or neglected by civilized peoplo be done before or after bclug put Into Ono of tho Btrlklng aspects of tho and elected or not, and It can't be ial disrespect and an iconoclastlo geuoral luterest In tho affairs of tho years buck. Now tbo "hay the cooker. until a few any surer as to htm. Dut tt we don't of things holy aro two world, studied for a doctor's degreo work is that it adapts to tho educabox" has proved Itself so useful as an know, the way to find out is to do things that aro cursing tho rising Practical Cooking Utensils. tion ot normal children methods 'and rcouotny of energy and fuel that It at the Ho ma 11 Medical Academy, and these things. When 1 boar a man say Tho variety and klud ot utensils to has corao to stay. There are some feeble- - apparatus originally designed for delator becamo Interested In tho he bellevel! In the Lord Jesus Christ, And lastly, thero Is here a lesson represents haudsomo tireless cookers on tho mar- be used in the kitchen nro nlways an but has nj assurance of salvation, 1 to emphaslzo as to what constitutes , minded children of tho public asylums ficients. Another Is that it nil good housetho slnccro and constructive efforts of ket that cau be purchased for tho Interesting topic Is toonly one point to generally feel that there la something real cleansing. Tho believer Is in Homo. Sho studied their needs and moderate price of from $3 to $10, and keepers. There llfo not right, and which he cleansed "once for all." Heb. their possibilities, and in the courso a woman. so complete and perfect are they that jmphaslze In equipping a kitchen, nnd Cleanliness and good manners, knows to be not right, and yet does but needs frequent dally confession of a tow years introduced a system freezing, steaming and roasting can that Is that the best material Is none put away. Get right with God and that ho may abldo In unbroken fel- ot teaching not and unerring selt respect be accomplished at the same time In too good: also the extent of the equiptho tiny delinquents to assurance follows. lowship. Tho blood ot Christ not read, to wrlto and to memorize, which aro the foundation stones ot much ot the three separate compartments. ment should ho equal to the needs of only cleanses from the guilt but tho was so successful in Its results as to Madame Montcssorl's teachings. Chilthe housekeeper. On several occasions I have frozen Christlike. In mauy kitchens where and I. I defilement alio. Eph. G: 7 tho dren aro taught to correct their own mousse In one compartment, steamed the have beenwere In such a woruout mako it entirely possible for utensils Ii wt.ave the same nature with John 6:6. mistakes In conduct and In lessons. com bread In the second and cooked mentally and physically deficient to Christ:, the same life; If we have his "Less talk and moro walk, meat In tho third at the same time coudltlon and so Insuulclent In kind compete with normal children of Teachers aro allowed to administer VlrKj kWw can we do otherwise than was not surprised "Less wishing and more doing, nud have had each dish "done to a and number that discipline. Tho no lavVa(Othar and live In peace? . ... . 1, 1, "Less preaching and moro practic- their own ago, and, In many instances, little or . . tuni" when It was needed for the tt' to bear the woman say she disliked 01 iuuunoou muren in mo nouses "W. E. niederwolf, Presbyterian, ing, to surpass them in kindergarten and additions of the hot to rook or that she was an unsuccess'Wtfie'&a, Minn. discipline themselves.-i- ho Christian 5Qap(onM ,hn, Bte irUded In some ful cook. "Lest organizations and more ot primary grades. tbo Spirit, This astonishing result ot her work Horald. -- How Christians Grow IMfflONAL Lesson OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Geography SUNMTScnOOL fiome Course In Domestic Science VIII. Useful Labor Saving Devices. cookers mnv nitty be roasted and bread, enke nnd pies bilked most suc- 11 11 -- one-hal- f 11 'jet 7:1-2- H Z6L7ZTZZn lm fct thcm-tclvc- s I a i ,. H-2- i, i....t ,v ... I I -' I 1 hd. Z u. .,!,. , Jar . vliiiiisMflBS ',,,.... ;?,,," . cb J " fur 6-- I - " . ' I 18-2- self-contr- d fruit-fulnes- , ...,. ,,. Jnbi 25-2- 1 R. 1 1 Page Four. COLLEGE ITEMS I- fHE CITIZEN. October 10, 191a. - i 8 NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BBREA. f AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Look new prlco of Advt. ooooo9ooooooo oooooooaoooooo "eyj list for the Welch's BEST, openers." Infant DR. The little and from On account" of tho Alpha' Zeta Anniversary, Wednesday night, there were no lectures Tuesday, but United Chapel led by Dr. Hubbard. Miss Ethel Todd furnished a pleastho ant evening for a number of yung faculty mombemat her homo last Saturday ovenlng. DENTIST CITY PHONIC IBS Divided 'Mountain Day In two sections has been a great success this Mrs. year. Both days were fine, both comof Mr. James Azblll died, Saturday, and was panies largo and tho Indian Ft. rang burled In tho Berea cemetery, Sun- - with sounds of merriment which will Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life, Accident, and Lire Stock INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. North Bound, Local 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. in. 3:62 a. m. 1:07 p. m 7:4G 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound, Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 d. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ra. Knoxvlllo Express Train. No. 32 will stop at Berea to tako d, on passengers for Dayton, O., Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Columbus, O., and points beyond. South Bound. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:65 a. m. BBREA No. 33 will stop to tako on for Atlanta and points Knoxvlllo BBREA Rich-monpas-sengbe-ye- BXRKA North Bound 4:46 p. m. S:17 p. sa. Claetnaatl The biggest $ In the world Is tho one spent at Welch's. Advt. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lewis cntcrtain-o- d tho following persons at dinner on Oct. 1st: Mrs. J. A. Todd and daughter of Oklahoma, Mrs. Ely of Berea, Mrs. A. P. Caldwell 'and Miss Mary Todd of Paint Lick. The largest ljno of stoves ever shown in Bcrca .now on exhibition at Welch's Advt 'Air. J. W. Klmbell of Pendleton, Oregon, Is on a visit to bis old homo on Silver Creek, two miles South of Berea. Ho left hero with his parents sixty two years ago. Mr. Klmbell Is a civil engineer. Mrs. Jones has those soft black velvet school hats at a dollar each. MILLINERY DISPLAY Why pay two dollars for them? adv. Tho Women's Industrial Is to have Ladles, I have my fall and winter Its first meeting on Friday, Oct. 18th, hats on display. You ore most cordi Instead of the seventeenth as was ally Invited to call and sco thciu. announced in last week's Issue of Tho I have some splendid values, at a Citizen. 'charmlnelv low tirlcs. I havo n. trlm- Vlsit our suit and cloak opening, !mcr who can fill any .order satlsfac- - I .,..-..- 1 . Frlrtav. . Ont. 11th. Ren nil tho new tww, ai . iiuu i filial auiiru DUUSllMJWUU styles, and make your selection while ' wm, every ordeTi Your patronago la our stock is complete. If wo can't 'most earnestly sollcted. fit or please you, wo will have the (adv.) Mrs. Laura Jones. garment made to order. (adv.) Mra. S. R. Baker. THE PRISCILLA CLUB Mr. Thos. Logsdon spent Sunday The members of the Priscilla club with relatives In Paint Lick. Mr. Wm. Dooley has been visiting enjoyed a merry drive out to Mrs. J. with his parents near Berea for tt i W. Herndon's delightful home, Mountain View Farm, on Thursday, Octo- few days. OOP irU. M Tna Hnlof" vflfl vlalllnc- - nniAn. ' Interesting papers on "English A letter ot recent dato to Supt, 3,mrt rionHa NOTICE I Betty Combs looks like everybody trades at Antiquities" and "England's Capital' 'Edwards from Mrs. It All persons having claims against wero read by Mr8' J' Robertson 'states that her son, Henry, a graduWelch's. Advt. tho estate of W. F. Lewis, deceased, ucu- - ",CK ana i"ures wu- - aio oi m Mr. John P. Dean was In Richmond uuu , tratlng both papers were exhibited, Class or lsu, had recently been aro hereby notified to present same Monrinv Pnnniv CMirt rtnv ada,nS ereatly to the Interest In murdered by another young man of to mo, properly verified, at tho BeMr. and Mrs. Wallace Adams are re-tho same neighborhood. Tho trouble rea National Bank on or beforo the Jolclng over the arrival ot a little eon tue30 subjects. Mrs. Prank Coyle was unanimously was over a young lady In whom both fifteenth day of November, 1912, or in their home, Oct 1st. chosen as president for the remainder vrtiinc men wern Interested and it same will be barred. Berea, Ky., Oct. Leather shoes at Welch's keep happened on the way homo from a jc, 1912. of the year. you out of the mire. Advt. (adv.) J. L. Gay, Admr. Delightful refreshments were serv- - church social. 'MlRft rimort TCnflo n n'luanf if 4Kn College Department, was visited at lCd and Berea made a host Henry, while in MARKETS FOR NUTS scapo enjoyed before tho hour of reyoung tho first ot the week by her father of friends. Ho was a quiet turning. Tho Coll pro Forestry Department, from 'McKeo. Mr. Engle was on his man and an excellent student, rank"Notes on Royalty"' is tho subject way to Richmond and Louisville. ing among tho first In a large Sth Prof. Clark In charge, will tako nuts next meeting which will be You can get anything you want at for the the grade class. Ho made a first grado this fall and market them at with Mrs. Spink on Prospect Street, Welch's Department Stores. Advt. certificate and was preparing to teach best prices obtainable, retaining n October 17th. and BmaR commission for the servico. God to help his widowed mother FIRE, FIRE, Insure your property Mra. Q. W. Hook. oends nuts, let everybody save them. young brothers and sisters. against loss by fire with II. C. Woolt, Further notice soon. successor to W. H. Porter, Berea, Ky. NEW JAIL Hiss Annio B. Murray, former Sec'y. Mr. Merrill Logsdon ot Panola was to President Frost, Is still under FARM FOR SALE Berea is Just bringing to a comin town at tho first of tho week. the employ of the Young Pooplo'a 80 acres of land on Richmond pletion the new jail and court room Missionary Movement in Now York. and "Aladdin" is tho name ot tho most excellent Patent Flour Bold in Berea. on Railroad street. This will be a Her address is now C18 West 13Cth Kingston plko, 2 miles from Berea, for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well, uuiy at liolllday's, at 75 cents per very neat building and when complet- - St. orchard and all necessary out houses. sack, along with nil their other good ,cd wl" cost nbout 2'000' Let us hlK new exMiss Murray is enjoying a 11 w,u 1)0 conaucl Write, Ellbu Blckncll. to good order things to cat. (adv.) perience this year, having joined in Berea, Ky., R. P. D. No. 1. in tho community. young ladles in the I The City Council has appropriated with four other money sufficient to construct a road rent and furnishing ot an apartment 930.00 TO S100.00 A MONTH according to government instruction whore they live under most satisfac- For your par tlm Bxperltnc not needtory surroundings. ed. Want an active man In thle loctlltr. from Ellpso Street to tho Depot. To Introduce ue to your friend. Dr. Cbas. F. Hubbard, Dean ot the larceet cash benefits when tick, We py Mr. A. M. Decker, representing the injured, coat. Swan Abratn Hat Co., was In Berea, College Department, attended tho and at death, for uimalleetoffer to and first ap- Tuesday. Mr. Decker is a trustee tf meeting ot . the Kentucky .Coltego As I nllant f rnm MM nl... Wrl,. .nl.b .a. ...... -- -I O Union Collegd of Barbourvllle, Ky., bvciuiiuu i uvxiugiuu, oaiuiuay niter, particulars. THE 833. Covington, Ky. and Is greatly interested in educa- uoon. THE RACKET STORE tional matters. Being a friend of tho Editor of long standing, he called at MRS. EARLY The Citizen office and was shown PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY thru tho plant. At Mrs. Laura Jones' ycAi will find tho most wonderful bargains In soft felt hats for girls and women. You get a good stylish hat for $2.00 to $3.60. (adr.) Mr. R. B. Doo .was. In Slmpsonvlllo last week entering his daughter, May, in Lincoln Institute. "There's a difference" then te to sitro and "Save it" by going Welch's. Advt. Mr. Tom Hayes of Illinois Is visiting at tho homo of his brother, Gran, this week. It's no difference what kind of stove you want, yu can get It at Welch's. Advt. Mr. Tom Logsdon has moved his household effects to Paint Lick. Mrs. Logsdon will make her home with her father, Mr. O. M. Treadway, for tho present, while Tom will con tinue his work In tho Berea Drug Store. Two houses and lots for sal 3. Houses new, well finished. Prices right. Apply to J. W. Hosklns, Berea, Ky. Advt. There have been an unusually largo number of traveling men nt Boone Tavern this week. There Is great and growing Interest large In the cabinet organ and a number of students have applied for Instruction in organ playing. To ac commodate these the Music Department has appropriated a part of Grace Cottage adjoining Music Hall, and to enable all to get Instruction in cabinet organ the price has been reduced one half for the Pall Term. Those who wish to take advantage of this offer should see Prof. Rlgbv this week. Mr. H. K. Richardson sold all his property and household goods at his home last Saturday. Ho Is planning to leavo Berea In a short time. Miss Mary Patterson of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Is visiting at the homo of 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Ltvengood. last over until another year. Mr, Joseph Elklnton of Philadelphia Is tho guest of Dr. Roberts. Ho will speak on Thursday night at tho Par- 7 Ish IIouso on tho Mission of tho Quale ers, and at the United Chapel on Friday on God's Larger Plan. Tho pub lie generally Is invited to hear both of these addresses. Mr. Elklnton is nn eminent representative of the . Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, a man of large business experience and deeply interested In philanthropic things. Ho has dono much for the uplift of the Indian rac and has recently been elected trus-to- o of Lincoln Institute. The two addresses will be of unusual Interest. Tho Upper Chapel, Sunday night, was addressed by Dr. Roberts on the subject of "Ways and Paths" and the Main Chapel by Dr. Ralno on tho subject of "Sin." The College. Is not yet able to start tho erection of Kentucky Hall though It has contracted for somo of the material. Several small additions to tho buildings of tho Institution will be, notably, nn addition to tho hospital and a dressing-rooand toolroom for working students near the horso barn. "Mr. Wm. Click was a business visitor In Richmond on last Monday. "Miss Grace Manning, nurso at the College Hospital, is now ot Mt Vernon with a patient. m STOVES EVERYTHING in the way of STOVES now on exhibit at our Furniture, Rug and Stove tn-i- i., WELCH'S Circular Issued by tho Stato Board ( 8. Disinfect all bed and body cloth- Ing, and other llko things, as soon ot Health of Kentucky. To. tho Health Officials, Physicians as romoved, by Immersion for at least nix hours In a solution ot chlorldo of and Pcoplb ot Kentucky: Tho unusual prevalence ot dlph- - llmo, four ounces to tho gallon ot thcrla In many sections of tho Stato water. They may then Ira wrung makes It tho duty ot this Board to out and put In tho wash. Remember, again call attention to tho best known howovcr, that no disinfectant In tho methods of preventing tho occurrence occupied sick room can do away with tho necessity for abundant fresh air and spread ot this disease. 1. Diphtheria Is both contagious and and mnllght. Is distinctly a prevent-- 1 9. The Isolation ot tho patient A letter from James Caudlll, a grad Infectious, and nblo disease, being easily limited to should contlnuo for ten days after uate of tho Foundation School last gots all traco of tho dlseaso has dlsap- ear, states that ho Is teaching on tho first caso or cases. When it a first class ccrtlflcato nt Roxana, away from the primary coses ana pcarcd, and until ho has had a dls- community Infecting batn ana been ciaa in garKy., and Is enjoying his work. Ho makes its oscapo uion tho expects to return to Berea for tho somebody la to blamo. Tho sooner ments which havo not been In tho wo accept this ao a Sanitary maxim sick room. No person from a houso winter term. m tlin umnnp wn tthnll lutein In llfl Illir where thoro is diphtheria should bo Mr. and Mrs. Mahar of Springfield, dut,ca Rg ,ndlvWlulU anu communities. txirmlttcd to go Into public assemO., spent a few days at Boone Tavern, 2. On account of Its frequency and blies, and no child from a houso whero stugoing with the Foundation fatality this dlseaso Is ot far mare dlseaso has prevailed should bo dents and faculty on Monday to In- Importance to tho people of Ken- - this a allowed to attend school without dian Fort. They wero greatly pleas- tucky than smallpox, yellow fever certificate from tho health o'rflccr ed with Berea and its workings. or cholora. 'that It Is safo to do so. 3 When a child has soro throat, and or io. After completo recovery, AT PARISH HOUSE especially if diphtheria Is In tho I death, always thoroughly disinfect Thursday, 7:30 p. m. neighborhood, It should bo immediate- - tno room nnd Its contents, preferably Joseph Elklnton, a minister ot tho ly separated from other children un. wtn nascent formaldchydo, or, horo Society of Friends, from Philadelphia til a competent physician has seen this Is not available, by burning three has accepted an Invitation to speak It and decided whothcr or not it is pounds of sulphur, moistened with with a cdntaelous disease. on tho Message ot Quakerism, at 7:30 tmlini fnr nrh l. 000 ruble feet of p. m., Thursday, a, tho Parish Houso. I 4. If diphtheric, strictly isolate tho spaco, previously stopping nil open- bed Wr. Elklnton and wife aro lorn? 'caso at ones. In nn up stairs room nKs. dampening tho floor, ns ding and clothing, and leaving the time friends of Rev. and Mrs. Roberts If issble, nnd no disconnected be-- practicable fiom tho living nnd sleep-lon- g room tightly closed for 12 hours. Tho whom thoy oro visiting. They to Influential families of Friends Ing apartments of other children. No room should then bo thoroly ventiotl oxcept tho physician and nunc lated, and all ledges, woodwork, etc., In- and are well known In circles tcrested In tho uplift ot Society. Mr. 'should enter tho room and thy washed with strong soap and rinsed Elklnton has accepted tho posl- - .should tako every precaution not to with a disinfecting solution. body 11. In caso of death, tho tlon of a Trustee of Lincoln Institute, carry tho Infection to others. C. Tho board urges the hytodr- - should bo wrapped In a sheet satuAn Interesting message is expect- matle uso of a standard antitoxin. rated In a disinfecting solution and ed. All aro Invited. such as Alexander's, In at least 5,000- - buried without public service. In giv-unlt doses, as coon ns tho disease Is ing notlco of death newspapers should recognized or Bertously suspected, and stato that it was from diphtheria, and that this doso should be repeated or that children, nnd those having tho doubled within twelve hours unlesa enro of children should not attend marked Improvement has taken place. the funeral. If caso Is seen after the first twenty-fo12. To be effective tho precautions hours uso from 7 to 22,000 units herein suggested should be rigidly tho first doso, depending uton severobserved. Imxrfect Isolation nnd dis ity. It recommends that Immunizing infection nro worso than useless, glv- descs of 1,000 unit! bo used for nil ling riwi only to a false ond misleading children, nnd especially for ult inex- - sense of security, pcrlcnced relatives acting as nurses 13, county and municipal boards who have been sJrlcusly exposed. of health have full authority under 6. Placard tho house, nnd keep all our laws to enforce these rules, and other children, all having the care , will fall short of their duty If they of children, and all who go where fall to do so. children aro, away from It. Notify I n. Arrangements havo been porfrct-th- e health officer of tho town or Jed under which county or city boards county within twenty-fou- r hours, hh of health may procure Alexander's tho law requires, nnd he will co- - antitoxin at wholesale prices through operate with tho physician and family , this Board. A constant supply of to keep the disease from spreading, j fresh antitoxin Is always on hand at 7. Tho discharges from the mouth , Howling Green. Details furnished up-nnose, which especially contain ,on application. tho germs ot tho disease, should bo Copies of this circular, and of on soft cloths nnd burned, ilar ones In regard to scarlet and ty- uuu inner uiscnargca snouiu be Uls- - pnolil fever ond consumption, for frco infected, nnd all rcfuso from tho . distribution, may bo nnd iion appll-sic- k room burned. All utensils usod cntlon to tho linnni n iwiinr- In feeding tho sick Bhould bo washed Green. twparately from other dishes, By order of tho Board. and flH'ild remain somo tlmo In boiling William Uallcy. M. I)., President. witcr. J. N. McCormlck, M. IX, Secretary. ur slml-reced- When you want a becoming, dress bat, givo your order to Mrs. Laura Jones. She has Miss Bet-ti- e to Axblll who has real Ideas as style, designing, and color schemes. She will make you an artistic hat to suit your face. Mrs. Jones guarantees satisfaction with every order. (adv.) last Mr. Samuel Mayfield spent Sunday and Monday with his parents at Acorn, Ky. Mrs. Ernbcrg delightfully entertained about twenty of her lady friends last Saturday evening at her homo In tho quaint little log cabin on Jackson Street. Tho ovenlng was spent in pleasant conversation.' Refresh ments were daintily served by tho hostess beforo tho departuro of the, Chettaut's Whoto WhMt Flour Have you tried it? It fills a long felt want. It is made from choice selected grain only. Whether in bread, gems or cereal, it is one of natures most wholesome and nourishing foods. For your health's sake you ought to use it. At Palace Meat Market ami Grocery. DIPHT HE R I A I ANNOUNCEMENT Tho annual meeting of the Berea I Cemetery Association will bo held Matters of Interest will bo in the Parish House at Berea, Oct. at this meeting. 10th, nt 7:30 p. m. T. J. Ostorne, President. W. F. KIdd. Treasurer. All tho members of tho associaJ. A. Burgess, Secretary. tion are cordially urged to bo present Mrs. S. L. Hanson. at this mooting for tho transaction of A. W. Titus. general business and tho election of Executlvo Committee. officers for the ensuing year. Tho Executive Commltteo joins 'Men havo been known to pray in heartily In extending an iuvltatlon to church for something to do, when nil citizens to be present, who wish to their wives had to saw nearly all tako an interest In the welfare of the wood. ! of the association. Is tw0 dollars. tho cemetery, and to becomo members Membership feo JUST A WORD ABOUT Ladies' Suits As this is our first season to sell Ladies' suits, we are offering remarkable values, just to get the public acquainted with our line made by "The King Garment Co." We also have a new and line of Cloaks and Skirts. It will pay you to see them before you buy. up-to-da- T.. Caih-Bon- te The wild gardens of nature are the kindergarten. The child who breathes pure air that blows among trees, birds and flowers, has th4 greatest of advantages and will carry life's richest treasures health, sincerity. Individuality and wholesome best self-relian- All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. mosjrr Coyte InMsMwt. MUVKRY U. B. ROIERTS, Prop. Mats 3C :i HAYES sr. t n BEREA "We Quality Store" GOTX KENTUCKY; t Knos A. Mills. - October to, 19 1 2. Cornerfofy J dfuniorj PLIMSOLL'S MARK ON SHIPS Peculiar Charactara en Bid of British Vcaaala Determine Walght of Har Cargo. Parti apt you hare often heard ot hla mark In the world, but what do you think of a man that left hla mark on every British ahlp that aatla the seaa? If you are observant you may have noticed In passing aome of the freight ateamera a peculiar mark on the aide, cloae to the water, something like the letters O. B. This mark Is usually bout the middle of the boat, and la white or yellow on a dark background. In the old daya many merchant ahlpa were lost through overloading and a British member ot parliament, Samuel Pllmaoll, who aympatbtted with the poor sailors that had to risk their lives on these ships white the reedy owners atayed aafely at home, worked and worked until be got a law paaaed that obliged every cargo carrying vessel to carry a mark on Ita aide, abowlng the depth to which he might aafely be loaded. rne nve marxe on tne ngure to the right, which looks like a letter E. Indicate the loading deptha for different places and seasons. The top line, turned to the left, Is fof fresh water. The top line to the right la for the Indian ocean. The next below la for nan's maklnc wnrk. nil In some of the Industrial as well ns In other pnrlH f the rniintry.'thc demand for InNir far exceeds the supply. City CAMPAIGN hotels have thronged wllli buyers from all sections of the Union, who ready sales nnd empty shelves, nnd are eager purchaser of goods to Week of Threatend War Delayed by IN A NOTABLE INTERVIEW THE replenish their stores. Karmers were Intervention of the Powers Four PRE8IDENT TREATS OF THE better off. Every legitimate InLittle States, Unable to Endure TARIFF, TRUSTS, HIOH COST OF dustry Is looking forward to still greatLonger, Preaent U.tin alum to TurkLIVING, WOMAN SUFFRAGE, RE- er prosperity, provided the nation's ey and the Powers. progress shall not lx tin ted by the CALL OF JUDGES, IMMIGRATION glacier of free trndp or ths London, Eng., Oct. 7th, 1912. AND GOVERNOR WIL80N. destructive Invn stream of ntiiirrhr. Tbo possibility of hostilities, al"1 have not ehanged In the slightest though serious conflicts havo already my view ns to tho necessity of moneoccurred between tho allied armies tary reform, or of the (Trent vnlue and ot Scrvla, Bulgaria, Montenegro and PROTECTION RAISES WAGES, Importance of the work done by tho 0 recce on the ono sldo and Turkey monetary commission, of which for-uiSenator Aldrleh wns chnlrinnn. on tho other, bociii mo to rcinoto ow"It Is a reform tieeexsiiry In the Ining to tho acccptanco on the part Thinks tha Payne Law Haa Enabled the American Worker to Matt tha terest of nil the people nnd must bo ot Groat Hrltnln ot tho proiosals for Cost of Living and Maintain Hla carried through accenting to some pracIntervention on tho part of tbo d tical nnd ortlelent plan that will Family In Comfort Every v French Government; still It Is doubtthe gross Inadequacy nnd mnrked Man Willing to Work Haa ed whether the war spirit ot tho Work City HoUls Throngtd With Imperfections of our bnnklrffc nnd curlittle atatcs can bo satisfied with Buyers and Farmers Never Better rency system. uny thing short of actual hostilities. OR Nothing 'There hns been no Intervention In Can Kill Prosperity It la tho first tlmo In tho hlBtory but tha Benumbing Glaoiar of Free Nlcarngtia. Under conditions of anot tho opposition to tho brutality archy. Hccompnnled by nets of ruthless Trade or a Wave of Anarchy. barbarity. Amerlcnn marines were and encroachment of tho Turkish President Tnft, when In New York, Innded at the request nnd with the conGovernment thnt there haB been any a concerted action on tho part of tho Sept. 24, gave a long Interview to the sent of the lawful government of newspapers In which he discussed fully to nsslst In protecting the lives oppressed. And, while, the outcome lu the campaign Issues. and property of Americans nnd other tho event of war Is not easily foreThis Is the Interview In part: foreigners. There wns no Invasion, no noon, Turkey, when pitted ngalnst an "Mr. President, havo you visited the levying wnr. Common htimnnlty dicantagonist on land, being a first rate 'Chamber of Horrors'- In Union square, tated the course Hint hns been purpower, yet It Is conceded that tho where the burdens upon living under sued." allied armies aro doubly armed by the high tariff are Illustrated" "What Is your attitude. Mr. Prcsl-den"No. but a New York friend told mo on the woman suffrage question" tho Justice ot their cause, and their as a little Incident In regard to It worth, million men might bo counted remembering. According to the story "Suffrage for women Is on Issue to practically double that number. told me. the exhibition Includes a num- be decided by the states, and there can Ono doubtful figure n the movement ber of articles of clothing tagged with bo no doubt whatever that whenever a, la tho questionable attitude ot the prices and an nlleged statement ot and wherever n mnjorlty of women which lies north, of Montene- what the articles would cost with tho Impress upon their fathers, their husgro, Servla and Ilulgarla, there being tariff duties deducted. I understand-thabands, sons, brothers nnd beaus that BALKAN TAFT DISCUSSES THE CITIZEN. r" work IniH ...... to 11 Paee Yw IH H llllUM lnr . Secretary, Miss Carrlo Hunt if Lexington, Treasurer, Msa Hubbuch, bt Louis I 'K . TENSE ISSUES Vllle. rc,rl ni-vc- I Temperance puts wood on the flro, meal In tho barrel, flour In tho tub, money In tho purse, credit In tho country, contentment in tho house, clothes on tho balms, vigor In the body, Intelligence In tho brain and spirit In tho wltolo constitution. Benjamin Franklin. TORY occupation lifts Itself with the enUrclne life of her ho practices It. The occupation that rill not do that, no woman really has a. right to occupy herself about WHAT TO DO WITH LEFTOVER BITS OF CHEESE. Cheese Is such a valuablo food and ! to particularly good in combination with starchy foods, and thoso lacking tats and flavor, that It ahould be found moro often upon our tables. When buying cheese It Is best not to get it In too largo quantities, as It drys and molds. To keep It from molding, wrap It In a cloth wrung out ot vinegar. Orate all the small pieces before they get too dry and keep them. In a Jar with a tight cover. In cooking cheese It is well to remember that overheating It makes It Indigestible. When possible, add tho chceso to a hot dish only long enough to melt It A tablcspoonful of cheese) will flavor a dish, and not even a scrap should be thrown away. Progrcsgive Democracy Continued from page one Able-bodie- rem-od,- Men-rngu- - t, Rou-manl- t Pllmsoll'a Msrk. the summer aeason anywhere. The one below that la for winter and the lowest of all la for the north Atlantlo In winter, aa that is considered the most dangeroua of all the oceana traveled by cargo carrying ships. LITTLE TRICK OF INTEREST One May 8ee Through Hla Hand by Using Place of Paper Rolled Up In Form of Tube. Here la aometblng that Is very eaay to try and that Is bound to Interest everyone you show It to. Take a piece of paper .and roll It up Into a Indications that the ltoumanlan government will Rldo with tho Turks. Tho causo of tho wn". If there Is to Ihj war, lies primarily In tho religious differences of tho people, tho allied states being Christian whllo their oppressor, tho Turkish government, which exercises suzerainty Tho over them, Is Mohnmmcdnn. oppressions of tho Turks which liavo continued throughout several centuries aro such as no civilized nation enn tolerate. Unless tho conflict can bo averted by peaceful means tho consensus ot Christian opinion will be that tho war is Justifiable. Ouly tho jealousies of tho grvnt powers have tnado possible tho long continuance of these unbearable conditions In tho near Kast. England has had It within her power for moro than fifty years to drlvo Turkey out of Europe. Ilut she would rather havo Turkey In possession of tho Bosporus than concedo a foot of territory to Hussla, Germany, Franco or Austro Hungary. And thus sho acquiesces for territorial and financial reasons In this blot upon Christian civilization. FIRE! Seeing Through three-quarter- s Hand. During tho vesper hour, Saturday evening, tho town was aroused by tho alarm of tire, tho signals indicating tho West End. Ou glancing In that direction It was evident from was tho light that a serious fire starting. Tho first building to burn was that of Ell Haker on lloono Street. Mr. linker and his family aro In Harlan teiiiiornrily, (nit his property was occupied by a .Mster-ln-la'Mrs. Hays. It Is supost'd thnt tho flro started from tho kitchen flue, but when discovered It was beyond control, Evenly Matched. this pan of tho town iiot being withA boy sat on a rail fence Inclosing in the reach of the CoIIego flro hose, passing, A city chap a cornfield. and tho only water avallablo being said: "Your corn looks kind of yellow. that from wells In tho neighborhood. Tho building was Boon a mass of Bub." "Yep, tbat'a the kind we planted," flames, practically none of tho furniture being saved. Tho attention of aald Uub. "It doean't look aa If you would get tho fire fighters was thcreforo directJro than half a crop," observed ed to tho saving of adjoining propercity chap. ty. Ilut 'It was also soon evident that "Nope; we don't expect to. Landlord eta the other half," retorted the tho unoccupied building adjoining, owned by Mr. J. K. Baker, could not youngater. The stranger healtated a moment bo saved. Water was carried from a great dlstanco and several homes and then ventured: "You aro not very far from a fool- practlcaly stripped of blankets, coverish fellow, are you, Hub?" lets and other bed clothing In an ef not "Nope, more'n ten feet," fort to shield adjoining property from said the boy and the city chap paased I tho heat of tho flames. Theso heroic on. methods woro successful In saving I tho cottngo adjoining tho Ell Baker Colors One Cannot Sea. other Perhaps you know that there Is no houso down tho street and such thing as color in the objects you buildings across tho street, though look at. Boms process In the brain eomo of tho window panes In tho transforms the waves of light that houso occupied by Mr. Scruggs woro come from different things Into what broken. are called colora. When there la no Tho Ell Baker houso was insured for no light you see no colors and a red $2,000 and $200 on household goods. roae la the aame shade as a green J. K. Baker's was Insured for $1,200. tree. At present people can distinguish Tho loss on tho lattor, above Insur even colors In the rainbow, but scien- ance, being fully J COO. tists say there are others beyond those we sea which the human eye cannot KILLING AT RICHMOND see yet. They have proved that aome Insects, such us ants, can see raya ot light beyond the violet, juat as It baa Itlchmond, Ky., Oct 7. 1912 been ahown that there are animals Black Maupln, a prominent farmer that can bear aounda which are too of this county, shot and killed James fine for human eara to detect. Farrls on Malu Street hero today, Maupln Is about CO years ot ago, Tha Maid and Her Apptea. Three boys met a aervant maid car- whllo bis victim Is 63, formerly havrying applea to the market. The first ing lived near Kingston, his home took half what ahe had, but returned now being at Lawrcncebufg. to ber ten; the aecond took The killing occurred on a crowded but returned two; and the third took street, five shots having been fired, ahe bad left, but reway half those of throo taking effect, either one turned her one. She bad then twelve which would havo proved fatal. After apples left bow many had aba at his victim had fallen, 'Maupln rushed IratT upon him and cut bis throat and Answer: Forty , one-thir- tube About of an Inch In diameter. Hold this In your right hand and place one end ot It close up to your right eye. Place on the table about three feet from you any small object, such as a coin. Now open your left hand and placo It wltb the palm facing you, against the .left aide of the paper tube, about midway of Ita length. Keeping both eyes open, now you will appear to see through this hand In fact, there will apparently be a hole right through It, through which you will see the coin. number of establishments engaged In the manufacture of clothing they want to vote they will get the are situated In the neighborhood, and right to vote." "Do you regard the recall of Judges, a workltigruan, evidently from one of those establishments, strolled at the Mr President, as an Issue In this camnoon bour Into the exhibition. Looking paign" "I regard the maintenance of an Inabout him, he noticed n coat bearing a price tag. and Indicating what the cost dependent Judiciary as a supreme Isof tho Coat would le without' a tariff sue, and I thoroughly agree with tho duty. 'Why.' ho remarked, 'that would American Bar association that tho rebring tbo price of the coat lower than call applied to Judges would tend to what I get for making one. At that deprive the public of Judges of ability, rate where would I como In' It Is character, high sense of duty and a hardly necessary to say that he would due regard to enlightened public sentiof Man will become not 'como lu' nt all, unless willing to ment and that such a Judiciary Is ab- Brotherhood to work for of his solutely necessary to tho existence of a moro than a name. present pay for making n coat constitutional democracy." The Party a Means "What aro your views. Mr. Presi"The policy of tbo Itepubllcan party In politics also there is taking Is not to shut out foreign manufacdent. In regard to Immigration" placo this same rebirth. The polltl tures, but to foster domestic manufac"There are both room and opportu- - cal party ,s not an end a n nlty In tbo United States for lmml- tures and to keep tho Amerlcnn grants of wholesome physique. Indns- - mean8' a convenient and useful tool employed. "The tariff should be revised so far trlous hnblts nnd good moral charac- - to Becuro certain desired results. as may be necessary to keep prices ter. I hope that when the Panama Tnls 's the party's excuse for Is opened the tide of Immlgra- - istence. A systematic organization is from being exorbitant, so that, as I have explained in my speech of ac- tlon .from Europe will flow through to always mosp potent than a mob. It ceptance, the manufacturer shall tho Pacific states, which are very conserves that energy, that vital only enough protection to pay tho sparsely settled In view of their vast nerve force of which we Americans scale of high wnges which obtains and extent and magnificent natural re are so prodigal. ought to obtain In th's country, and sources." , How Parties are Tested secure a reasonable profit" "It is reported, Mr. President that This fall of 1912 sees the beginning you think, Mr. President, Samuel Gompera, president of tho "What do a of the proposal of tho third term party American Federation of Labor, has of a period of great opportunity, to control tho trusts through federal sent out circulars to labor unions at- - time when the political party can tacking your administration as hostile achieve either a glorious triumph or Incorporation and regulation" Ignominious failure. That political or"It would create the most monstrous to organized labor."' monopoly of power In tbo history of "I have not seen the circulars you ganization which fails to read the the world a power ns much greater, mention, but if the statement is cor- signs of tho times, fails to properly as much more autocratic, than that of rect Mr. Gompera Is ns much In error Interpret the hand writing on the a Caesar or a Napoleon, as the business as he wns four years ago, when he will, can not endure. In political Interests of tho twentieth century are proposed to deliver the whole Labor I life as In the natural world, onlv thnt vote to Mr. Bryan. greater, moro dominant and I appreciate." added Mr. Toft, "wmcn 1111s a noeu, wnicn lias a mis- than were tboso of 2,000 or 100 "Governor Wilson's courteous and re- - slon and which properly meets the years ago. "Tho Payne law has had no more to spectful , personal attitude toward my Issues by which It is confronted, can. do with advancing the cost of living office nnd toward me. As to his stnte-- long continue. j than tho latest Atlantic cable tariff. ment about my being misled by 'bad Voters must Choose Ou the contrary, It has enabled the advisers,' 1 wish him and every one Tho parties naturally stand for difAmerican worker to meet tho cost of to understand thnt I hnve been nnd ferent principles; each has a distinct living and maintain kls family In com- will continue to the end of ray term Individuality. It Is for every 'voter to president of the United Stntes In all fort. thnt the title Implies, thnt I am re- study tho questions fairly and for "Ondcr the operation ot that law prosperity has been gradually restored sponsible for every act of my admin- himself decide which one most merits since tho panic. of 10Q7. Practically istration and have no burden to shift his support, which one will bo best on to others." fitted for meeting conditions as they oxlst today. stabbed him several times. He died The Present Need KY. LIBRARY ASSOCIATON Instantly. What this nation at present most Maupln Immediately went to the needs, is not greater prosperity, not Miss E. K, Corwlu, Collego LibrariJa'll nud surrendered. an, attended the Kentucky Library expansion, not extension of interests, Association at Lawrcnccburg, Oct. 3rd not a development by which wo shall SPORTS the and 4th. Tho meeting was unusu-all- y surpass tho other nations of interesting and profitable with world in wealth In commerce and In On last Monday morning a basewcro vlslblo power. What we most need of forty, who ball gatno was played on Lincoln an attendance most hospitably entertained In tho which lies deeper than all these and Field between tho College and Acaand what we must secure. Is that townspeople. demy team and tho Normal, Founda- homes ot tho their upon which our true national greatThe outsldo feature rivaled tion and Vocational team. Tho score last ness depends, success In Belt govern Mountain was 25 to 21 In favor of the Collego trip to Indian Fort year. They were conveyed In car- ment. By this Btandard will our sue- -. Academy team. and Tyrone and at cess or failure be measured. Quite a largo crowd ot boys and riages and autos to Tyrono were taken on a bargo up tho Our Problem girls witnessed a game of football on as lock No. 1, It Is up to us to prove that governMonday afternoon, Kentucky river as tar the Athletic field, Tho ment by tho people, for tho people above Tyrone. between tho first and second teams about ten miles process of going thru the lock was can still exist upon the earth, and of tho Academy. Tho teams showed Very abundant that in the end the will of the Ameriup well nnd It Is expected that tho a very Interesting one. refreshments were served on the boat can pooplo will triumph, and that no first team will hold their own In tho supper. special interests can thrive at the gamo noxt Monday between the for dinner and along was expense of tho nation's welfare. No tho banks Tho foliage Academy and Collego. beautifully reflected in the stream, longer is there the blind unswerving which was unusually clear on account party allegiance ot the past, Tho LINCOLN INSTITUTE DEDICATION avcrago voter, and It is tbo average ot a lack of rain. Continued from Hint Page Tho officers ot tho Association for man who will docldo all the questions of tho future, will do considercoin at soven minutes after tho hour. tho ensuing year aro: People coming by tho C. and O and President, Miss Florence. Dlllard of able thinking for himself. It is a time of golden opportuni the Southern roads should change to Lexington. Mrs. A. M. ty. That party which has a prophetic the Interurban lino at Shelbyville. First vision, which can see the need and It is tho opportunity of a ltto tlmo. Spears of Covington. Do not miss it. Miss Julia rising abovo mcro prejudice, apply Second I tbo remedy, will go down In history. A. Eugeno Thomson, Principal. Hopkins ot Paducah. That party which ignores the need, which clings to old traditions, which BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE barters Its birthright for tho mess ot pottago must die. Aim of Democratic Party A COMPLETE LINE There aro many Important quesHardware, Pakts, Mawcbc Mackiaes, Faraanf Iaaplcaseats, GaaeJiae aaal aro tions to bo considered. There Oil Store, aM Grewiei questions of trusts and tariffs and taxes; ot protection and pensions D. CLARKST0N GveUa c and the Philippine Islands; of reMAM STKKKT. mm form and railroads and Republican n onc-bntf one-fift- h work-Ingma- Ing placo In tho ChJncso and Turkish Empires. It Is our privilege to bo living in one of theso high level eras. Wo will In tho noxt few yoare sco history In tho making. In fact we ourselves will mako It, It needs no prophet to tell us that wo aro today fast approaching ono of these great focal points In tho history ot tho race It Is an ago ot development and progress in many lines, an ago of prosperity. In fact wo aro prosperous to n dangerous extent perhaps. It would bo Interesting, If spaco permitted, to discuss tho reaction that must Inevitably tako place. Only Vital Things Will Endure Tho old order ot things is rapidly passing away; and again in this very rapidity,- - wo may perhaps read danger. Tho chan go depends upon no class or party; tho forces at work are stronger than all classes or parties combined. The next few years will see radical changes In education. Many of thoso things which aro now regarded as vital, upon which time has placed its stamp of approval, and which havo endured thus far largely because of tradition, will pass away. Those and things which aro essential to the life of the nation, which grip tho very floors of being of tho individual, will broaden and endure. In religion, dogma and narrow sectarianism must yield to Uiose things which take hold on life, which broaden and enrich and deepen It. Tho Butter crackers and sprinkle with grated cheese and a dash ot cayenne, place In a hot oven and servo when the cheese Is melted. 1 feea-so- ..... Cheese Shell Filled With Cabbage. Boll until tender a small head of n young cabbage. Drain, chop and well. There should be about two cupfuls. Put It In an empty cdam or plneapplo cheeso shell, In alternato layers, with one cup of white sauce. Heat In tho oven until the sauce bubbles; this will glvo tho cabbago a delicate cheese flavor. Boiled macaroni or rice may be substituted for tho cheese if preferred. Cheese Macaroons. Spread Macaroons together with any tart Jelly and press together with a layer of snappy cheeso between. unCream Cheese Crackera-Ta- ke sweetened crackers. If not crisp set them In the oven for a few moments. Spreak with plum or currant Jelly and drop a teaspoonful of cream cheese in the center of each cracker. Cheese Balls. Add a dash of tabasco sauce to cream cheese, a pinch of salt, paprika to moke It pink, and cream to make a paste. Form Into balls and roll In finely chopped black walnuts. Serve on lettuco with French . , ex-ca- dressing. Pack cream chceso, well seasoned, Into red or green peppers; then servo cut in slices. Very pretty. I I I ' extravagance; but for tho present let us consider only that ono general 'question whether this great nation is to hav self government or whether the special classes and Interests aro to go forward with ever increasing pwer and momentum. What we need and what tho Democratic party la unitedly laboring for Is real popular government, unhampered, untram-mele- d and unentangled. We need a government that can not bo used to further private enterprise, that cannot be used as a tool by any in- -' dividual, any class, any business, or lany party. Wo need a government wherein tho public business shall bo 'carried on In public, a government s, not dominated by professional but one which will take Into changing .relations, consideration which will consider tho mutual of capital and labor, with the constantly, shifting industrial and social Ideals; a government which will acknowledge tho 'individual ot all classes, which will Impress upon him a sense of his own duty and responsibility, and Imbue him with a senss of tho common humanity of man. This Is tho real issue that eachparty of tho present day must meet. I poll-tlcan- . No Resort to Violence Wo all see moro or less clearly theso questions that are pressing ever more closely, questions which should have been answered long ago 'and which cannot much longer bo canthrust aside. Theso questions not, or at least should not bo decided by violence. Tho cost ot French Revolutions Is too great. Truo progress must lie along the line of moral quickening and must come by an appeal to reason, by an enlistment and uso ot all those factors which contribute to moral growth. This must be a campaign ot enllghtment and of education, and this Is tho campaign which tho progressive Democra-U- o party Is now beginning to wago, a campaign that is going to win because It Is founded upon right and Justlco and equity to all. I Voter Questioned Which party, Mr. Voter, will secure you? support? Will 1 bo tho ono man I PricsR'iiht J. party with its strenuous spite campaign? Will It bo the party ot the protected Interests and machine ruler Or will It be the party of the common, man, the party which Is working for real reform, which Is waging a war against corruption In politics, and which believes in equal rights for all, rich and poor alike? Cbas. B. Llndsley. Pace Six THE CITIZEN. doors near by. She snw tho girl overtake tho brqwn eyed boy nnd speak to blm, and be glanced back at Elnora, and now there wns a scowl on his face. Then sho stood alone In the Imll. Presently n door opened nnd n young woman came out nnd entered nnothcr room. Elnora waited until sho relumed and hurried to her. "Would you !tell mo where tho freshmen nro?" sho Ing there was one among you small enough to do a trick llko thnt. The fvirsaltlsin IttnAsiA si a When the hour wns gone the class filed back to tho study room, nnd Elnora followed In descrntlon becnuso sho did not know where elso to go. She could not study ns she hnd no twvVa ami nhnn tlin inm left j tho room to go to nnotlier professor IIIU UU1 I WlUllll'll BIIU ..ink fiirr. ' lUr At lenst they could put her out If sho did not belong there. Noon came nt last, nnd she kept with the others un- til they dispersed on tho sidewalk. Sho was so nbnormnlly self conscious alio fnncled all the hundreds of thnt Inughlng throng snw nnd Jested nt her. When sho passed the brown eyed boy walking with tho girl of her encounter sho knew, for she henrd lilm any, "Did you renlly let thnt gnwky ' pleco of cnllco get nhend of you?" Tho answer wns Indistinct. After noon she returned to the high school, followed somo other pupils to the controom, hung her lint nnd found her wny to the study where she had Itecn In the morning. Twice that after ' noon with nchlng bond sho fnced strange professors In different branchnotice, the seces. Once she escnin-ond time tho worst hnpicncd. Sho wns nsked n question she could not I tl 4 d October "Humphl First time I ever knew you to bo stumped by $20, Elnora," said Slnton, patting ber hand. "It's tho first tlmo you ever knew me 10 wnm money, nunwi'iuu ..muia, "This Is different from anything thnt ever happened to me. Oh, how enn I get it, Uncle Wesley?" "Drlvo to town with mo In the morning nnd I'll drnw It from tho bnnk for you. I owo you every cent of It." "You know you don't owo mo a penny, and I wouldn't touch ono from you unless 1 renlly could enrn It. For nny. thing Hint's past I owo you nnd Aunt Mnrgnret for nil tho homo llfo nnd lovo Pro ever known. I know how you work, nnd I'll not tnke your money." "Just a lonn, Elnorn; Just a loan for a llttlo whlto until you enn enrn It. You enn bo proud wl(h all tho rest of tho world, but there's no secrets bo tween us. Is there, Elnorn?" "No," said Elnorn, "there aro none. You nnd Aunt Margaret have given mo all tho love thero hns been In my life. That Is (he ono reason nbovo nil others why you shall not glvo mo charity. I won't touch your money, but I'll win somo wny. First I'm going homo nnd try mother. It's Just possible I could find secondhand books, nnd perhaps nil the tuition need not be paid nt once. Mnybo they would nccept It qunrtcrly. But, oh, Undo Wesley, you nnd Aunt Mnrgnret keep on loving me. I'm so lonely, nud no one else enres." Wesley Sluton's Jnws met with a click. Ho swallowed hnrd on bitter words nnd changed tho thing ho wonld havo snld three times before It became 10, 19 u. panted. "Straight down the hall, threo doors to your left," wns tho answer as tho girl passed. "One minute, please oh, please!" bogged Elnora. "Do I knock or just opcu tho door?" "Go In and take a seat," replied tbo teacher. "What If there aren't nny seats?" gasped Elnora. "Classrooms are never half filled. Thero will bo plenty," was the r. fwH HENrTRATTON-ORTER Copyright, 1909, by Doubladay, Pag A Company. PROLOGUE. education, her tovc, her happiness and other good things, so, rightly, the air of the trees is in this story of her life. Here is a tale for lovers of the woods and for othcrswho like a simple story welt told by one who knows the forest, can tell about "home folks" and can find the interest in everyday lives. Through these pages flutter the brilliant butterfly of tangled romance, the more sober butterfly, no less beautiful, of noble, quiet lives, well lived, and the gray moth of sorrow borne needlessly for many years. And if you listen closely you may hear the buzz of the little, busy existence of Billy, a youngster worth your knowing. CHAPTER I. Wharain Elnora Goaa to High School. COMSTOCK. have you lost your senses?" demanded the angry voice of Katharluo Comstock as she glared at It was in tho woods that the girl of the Limbcrlost found her her daughter. "Why, mother?" faltered the girl. "Don't you 'why mother' met" cried Mrs. Comstock. "You know very well What I mean. You've given me no peace until you'vo had your way about thta going to school business. 1're fixed you good enough, and you'ro ready to start. But no child of mlno walks the streets of Onabnsha looking like a play actress woman. You wet your hair and comb It down, modest acd decent and then be oft or you'll have no time to find where you belong." Elnora gave one despairing glance at the white face, framed In a most becoming riot of reddish brown hair, which sho saw In the little kitchen mirror. Then she untied the narrow black ribbon, wet the comb and plastered tho waving curls closo to her head, bound them fast, pinned on tho Bklmpy black hat and started for tho back door. Mrs. Comstock watched tho girl down the long walk to the gate and out of sight on the road In the bright fiunshlno of tho first Monday of Sep-- 1' tember. "I bet a dollar she gets enough of It by night!" Mrs. Comstock said positively. Elnora walked by Instinct, for her eyes were blinded with tears. She left the road where it turned south at the corner of tho Llmberlost, climbed a snake fence and entered a path worn by her own feet. Dodging under willow and scrub oak branches, she at last came to the faint outline of an old trull made in the days when the precious timber of tho swamp was guarded by armed men. This path she followed uutll she reached a thick clump of bushes. From the debris In the end of a hollow log she took a key that unlocked the padlock of a large .weather beaten old box, Inside of which lay several books, a butterfly apparatus and an old cracked mirror. The walls wero lined thickly with gaudy butterflies, dragon flies and moths. She Bet up the mirror, nud, onco more pulling the ribbon from her hair, she shook tho bright mass over her s'joulders. tossing It dry in the sunshine, Theu she straightened It, ' bound It loosely and replaced her bat. Sho tugged vainly at tho tow browu calico collar and gazed despairingly at tho generous length of the narrow skirt. She lifted It as she would have liked It to bo cut if possible. That disclosed the heavy leather high shoes, at sight of which he looked positively HI and hastily dropped the skirt. Locking the case agalu, she bid the key and hurried down the trail. She followed It around the north end ef the swamp and then struck Into a footpath crossing a farm in the direc Elnora removed her hat. There wns no place to put It, so she carried It In her hand. " Sho looked Infinitely better without It. After several efforts bo at Inst ocned tho door and, stepping Inside, fared a smaller nnd more concentrated battery of eyes. "Be seated," said the professor In charge ofthe class, and then, becauso he saw Elnora wns desperately em11111 .1 ni-Aiii i r barrassed, he proceeded to lend tier a nnswer. book and to nsk her If she Inul studied "Unve you not decided on your 1 111 algebra. She said she had n little, but couino nnd secured your books?" Innot the same book they were using. quired the professor. He nsked her if bIio felt that sho could "I hnve decided on my course." redo the work they were beginning, nnd plied Elnora; "I do not know who to she said she did. ask for my books." That wns how it happened that threo "Ask?" (lie professor wns bewildered. minutes after entering the room sho ' "1 understood the books wero furcompelled to take her placo at the nished," faltered Elnorn. was blackboard beside the girl of the hnll, "Only to those brluglug an order whose flushed fnco and angry eyes from the township trustee," replied the avoided meeting Elnorn's. Being com- professor. tion of tho spires of tho city to the pelled to concentrate on her proposi"No! Oh, no!" cried Elnorn. "I will Again she climbed n fenco tion, she forgot herself. When the pronortheast. get tomorrow," and gripped her and was on the open road. Tor an In- fessor nsked that all pupils slgu their desk them support, for she knew Hint stant she leaned ngalnst the fence, star- work she (Irmly wroto "Eluorn Com- was for not true. Tour books, rouging ing before her. then turned and looked stock" under her demonstration. Then dollar nnd n half nplcce! Behind her lay tho laud on she took her sent nnd wnlted with perhaps nt back. get them? Of which she had been born to drudgery white Hps nnd trembling limbs as one Would her mother she and n mother who made no pretense after nnotlier the professor called tho course not would not, could not. Did Klnora kuow the story by of loving her. Before her lay the city, names 011 the board, while their ownschools she hoped to ers arose nud explained their proiosl-lion- s heart? There was enough Inud, but no through whose one to do clearing uiul farm. Tax ou find means of escape and the way to or flunked If they had not found reach the things for which sho cared. a correct solution. She w:is so eager nil those acre, recently the new gravel expense of living When she thought of how she looked to catch their forms of expression and road tax added, the of she leaued more heavily against the prepare herself for her recitation thnt nnd only the work was two women to insane to think fence nnd groaned. - When she thought sho never took her eyes from the work meet nit of it. She city of turning back and wearing such on the, board until clearly nnd distinct- she could come to the right. to school. The girl clothing lu Ignorance all tho days of ly 'Elnora Comstock" called the pro- Her mother hnd been decided thnt If only she lived to get life she set her teeth firmly nud fessor. her home she would stay there uud lend went hastily toward Onabashn. The dnzed girl stared nt the board. She approached the great stone high One tiny curl added to the top of the nny sort of life tu nrold more of this school building, entered bravely nud first curve of the "tu" In her name nnd torture. Hnd ns what she wished to Inquired her way to the office of the transformed It from n good old Eng- escape had been, It wns nothing like superintendent. There she learned that lish patronymic thnt any girl might thh. She never could live down tho movement that weut through the class she should have come the week before benr proudly to Comstock. Elnora when she Inadvertently revealed the and arraugeil for her classes. stared speechless. When and how did fact that she hnd expected her book "I finished last spring at Brushwood It happen? She cou'.d feel the wavo of No. 0." said Elnora. smothered laughter in the air around to bo furnished. Her mother would school, district all summer. I her. A rush of nnger turned, her fnco not get them. Thnt settled the ques"I have been studying am quite sure I can do thT first year scarlet and her soul sick. A hot an- tion. But tho end of misery Is never In n work If I havo a few days to get swer was on her Hps. The voice of the , hurry to come, for before the day was started." strnlghtly. professor addressed her over the superintendent entered the "Of course, of course," assented tho "Tills proposition seems to be beauti- roctn and explained Hint pupils front superintendent. "Almost Invariably fully demonstrated, Mls Cornstalk," country pupils do good work. You he snld. "Surely you can tell us how th country were charged a tuition of $'20 a year. Thnt really wns the end. may enter first year, and if you don't you did it." Previously Eluorn had canvassed a fit we will find It out speedily. Your That word of prnNe saved her. She dozen wild plans for securing the monteachers will .tell you the list of books was tall, straight and hnndsomo as she ey for books ranging nil the wuy from you must have, and If you will come nrose. offering to wash (ho superintendent's with me I will show you the way to I can explain my work," j! "Of course the auditorium. It Is now tlmo for she snld lu natural tones. "What I dishes to freaking Into the bank. This opening exercises. Take any seat you enn't explnlu is how I happened to be Imhlltlonal expense made (he thing so to t wildly Impossible there wns nothing find vacant." Ho was gone. so stupid ns to make a mistake Id do but hold up her head until bIio was Elnora stood before tho entrance j out of sight. and stared Into tho largest room sho ever had seen. The Door sloped down CHAPTER II. to a yawning stage, on which a band of musicians, grouped around a graud Wharoln la Told Something of Elnora'a piano, wero tuning their Instruments. Family Hittory. Every one else was seated, but no one rrriOWN the long corridor alone paid any attention to the whlto faced dreds, down tho II nuJb"K girl stumbling half bllndlj down the I long street lone among thou- ' 1 sands, out next the farthest wall. So sho nlslo Jnto the country "ho went on to tho very end facing the come at last. She sat on n log nnd could stage. No one moved, and she began to sob In spKe of her efforts at not summon courage to crowd past velf coutrol. At first It was physical others to several empty seats sho saw. breakdown. Inter thought camo crowdAt the end of tho aisle she paused In ing. Sho must go home to feed chickdesperation as sho stared back at tho ens, calres aud pigs, wear cnllco and wholo forest of faces, most of which coarse shoes nud pass a library with now turned upon her. wero averted head all her life. She nobbed camo tho' full In one burning flash ngnln. realization of her scanty dress, her 'Tor pity's sake, honey, what's the pitiful little hat and ribbon, her big, matter?"- nsked the volco of tho near heavy shoes, her Ignorance of whero est neighbor, Wesley Slnton, as he to go or what to do, and from a sickseated himself by Elnora. "There, ening wave which crept over her she there," he continued, smearing tears was going to becomo very HI. felt she nil over her fnco In an effort to dry tho mass she saw a pair Then out of them. "Wns It so bad as thnt, now? of big brown boy eyes threo seats Mugglo hns been Just about wild ever message in from her, and there was a you all day. She's got uervouser ever' them. 'Without moving his body he minute. She said we were foolish to reached forward and with a pencil let you go. She said your clothes were touched the back of the scat before not right and thnt they would laugh at him.- - Instantly Elnora took another you. Wero your things right, Elnora?" step, which brought her to a row of Tbo girl broko Into hysterical laughseats. vacant front ter, "night!" she cried. "Itlght! Uncle giggle behind her. She heard tho Wesley, you should have seen mo The knowledge that she wore the only among them! I was a picture! They'll hat in tbo room burned her. Every "Did you raally lat that gawky piaca of never forget me. No, they won't get matter of moment and somo of none calico gat ahaad of you?" the chance, for they'll see the samo at all cut and stung. Sho bad no thlugs tomorrow!" books. Whero should sho go when writing my awn name. I must have "Now, that Is what I call spunk, Elthis was over? What would she give been a little nervous. Please excuso nora. Downright grit," said Wesley me." on the trail going hornet to be She weut to Jhe bflhrd, swept off the Bliiton. "Don't you let them laugh you Before she realized what was comut. You'vo helped Margaret aud mo room signature with one stroke, then, with ing every ono had risen and tho tremor, rewrote It clearly. "My for years nt harvest and busy times. was emptying rapidly. Elnora hurried out amount to after the nearest girl and In tho press namo Is Comstock," sho snld distinct- What you've eurned must yourself u a sum. You can at tho door touched her sleeve timidly. ly. Sho turned to her seat nnd, follow- quite many clothes with get it." "Will you please tell mo where tho ing the formula used by tho others, good "Don't mention clothes. Uncle Wesgo?" sho asked huskily. made her first high school recitation. frhmen ) The faco of Professor Henley was a ley." nobbed Elnora. "I don't care now The girl gavo her one surprised study. As Eluorn took her scat be how I look. If I don't go bnck nil of glance and drew away, I nm so "Samo placo as the fresh women," looked at her steadily. "It puzzles them will know it's becnuso j my books." sho answered', and those nearest her me," he said deliberately, "how you poor I can't buy "Oh, I don't know as you are so can wrlto as beautiful a demonstralaughed. meditatively. Slnton said Elnora stopped praying suddenly, and tion and explain It as clearly as ever 'poor." color swept Into her face. "I'll has been done In any of my classes "Thero aro 300 acres of good lnnd, with .the wager you are the first person I meet and still be so disturbed as to mako a fine timber as ever grew on it." "It takes all wo can earn to pay the when I find It," she said and stopped mistake In your own name. Are you short. "Not that I Oh, I must not do very sure you did that' yourself. Miss tax, and mother wouldn't cut a tree for ber life." that!" she thought In dlimay. "Mako Comstock V an enemy the first thing I do oh, not "It Is Impossible that any one else "Well, then, maybe I'll bo compelled should have done It," answered Elnora to cut one for her," suggested Slnton. that!" "Anyway, stop (earing yourself to She followed with her eyes as the steadily. young people separated In the hall, "I am rcry glad you think so." said pieces and tell me. If It Uu't clothes, the professor. "Being freshmen, all of what Is Borne climbing stairs, somo disappearing down side balls, some entering you arc strangers to me. I should "It's books and tuition. Over $20 lu the year with you feel all." . bate to begin Brushwood tax will eat up all wo'vo saved In years. Whoro the land tax Is to como from I don't know. It gets bigger every year. It they aro going to d red go tho swamp ditch agalu they'll Just havo to tnko tho land to pay for It. I enn't, that's all." Elnorn again smiled that pitiful smile. "Do you think I didn't know that I wns funny nnd would bo Inughod nt?" , she nsked. "Funnyr cried Mrs. Comstock hotly. "Yes, funny a regulnr cnrlcnturo," answered Elnorn. "But (hero's always two sides. Tho professor snld In tho nlgcbrn clnss (lint ho never hnd n lietlcr solution nnd explnnntlon than mlno of the proposition ho gnvo me, which scored ono for mo In splto of my clothes." "Well, I wouldn't brng on myself." Thnt wns poor Inste," admitted Elnorn; "but, you see, It Is a enso of whistling to keep up' my courage. I honestly could seo (lint I would hnvo ml ( rcj Htt. t i articulate. "Elnorn," he snld nt Inst, "If It hndn't been for ono thing I'd hnve (rled (0 take legal steps' to make you ours when you were three years old. Magglo snld then It wasn't any use, but I've always j ' 11 . ll III - I I Itr and enter next year." , "There's one thing you don't conald- er, Elnora," said the man earnestly. "And that's what you aro to Maggie. She's a little llko your ma. Sho hasn't given up to It, and she's struggling on brave, but when we burled our second llttlo girl tho light went out of Mag-gle'- a eyes, and It's not come back. The only tlmo I ever see a hint of It Is when she thinks she's done something thnt makes you hnppy, Elnora. Now, you go easy about refusing her any- thing sho wants to do for you." "Uncle Wesley, you aro a dear," said Elnora "Just a denrl If I enn't pos- - , Ibly get that money any way elso on , earth I'll como and borrow It of you, and then I'll pay It back If I dig ferns from tho swamp and sell them from , door to door In the city. I'll even , plant them, so that they will bo sure to como up In tbo spring. I have been sort of panic stricken all day and couldn't think. I can gather nuts and the turnips."o'clock when tho chickens, It was 10 Freckles sold moths and sell them. butterflies, and I've a lot collected. pigs and cattlo wero fed, tho turnips hoed and a heap of bean vines was Of course I am going back tomorrow. I can find a way to get tho books. stacked by tho back door. (Continued next week.) Don't you worry about mo. I am all right." "Tho boy who by addition grows, As Elnora neared ber own door her And Buffers no subtraction, mother said: Who multiplies tho thing ho knows, "What kept you so? I expected you an hour ago." And carries every fraction, Elnora looked Into her mother's face Who well divides his precious time, and smiled. It was a queer sort of a Tho duo proportions giving, little smile and would have reached To sura success aloft will climb. tho depths with any normal mother. Interest compound receiving.'' "I aeo you'vo been bawling," said Mrs. Comstock. "I thought you'd get "Sow a thought, reap an act. your fill In a hurry. That's why I Sow an act, reap a habit; wouldn't go to any expense. If wo keep out of tho poorbouso we have to Sow a habit, reap a character; tut the corners close. It's likely this Sow a character, reap a destiny." held on. You see, I was tho first man there, honey, nnd there are thlugs, you see, that you can't ever mnke anybody elso understand. Sho loved him, Elnora. Sho Just mndo nn Idol of blm. There wns thnt oozy green hole, with tho thick scum broke nnd two or three big bubbles slowly rising thnt wero tho breath of his body. Thero she wns in spasms of ngony and Iesldo her tho great heavy log' she'd tried to throw him. I can't ever forgive her for turning agnlnst you nnd spoiling your childhood ns sho hns, but I couldn't forglvo anybody else for abusing her. Magglo hns got no mercy on her, but Mnggle didn't see whnt I did, nnd Pvo never tried to mnke It very clear to her. You bo a patient girl nnd wnlt n llttlo longer. After nil, she's your mother, nnd you're nil she's got but a memory, out! It might do her good to let her know ' thnt sho wns fooled In thnt." would kill her!" cried the girl "It swiftly. "Undo Wesley, It would kill her! Whnt do you tnenn?" "Nothing," snld Wesley Slnton sooth-Ingl"Nothing, honey. Thnt wns Just one of them fool things a mnn snys when In Is trying his best to be wise. You nee sho loved him mightily, and they'd been married only a yenr, and whnt sho was loving was what she thought he wns. She hadn't really got acquainted with tho man yet. If It hnd been even one more yenr she could havo borne It and you'd have got Justice. Having been n tencher, sho wns better educated and smarter than tho rest of ui, nnd so sho wns more sensitive llko. She can't understand she was loving n dream. So 1 say It might do her good If somtfbody that knew could tell her, but I swear to gracious I never could. Pvo heard her out at the edge of that quagmire calling In them wild spells of hers off nnd on for tho last sixteen years and Imploring tho swamp to give him back to her, nnd I've got out of bed when I was pretty tired and come down to see she didn't go In herself or barm you. What sho feels Is too deep for me. I've got to rcspectln' her grief, and I can't get over It. Go home and tell your mn, honey, nnd nsk her nlco and kind to help you. If ahe won't, then you got to swallow thnt llttlo lump of pride lu your neck and come to Aunt Maggie, llko you been nil your life." , "I'll ask mother, but I can't take your money, Undo Wesley, indeed I can't I'll watt a year and earn somo I I "I havan't a cant, and can't gtt onal" It!" looked Just ns well ns tho rest of them If I hnd liecn dressed as they were. Wo can't nffurd thn(, so I hnvo to Hud something else (o brace me. it wns preUy bad, mother." "Well. I'm glad you got enough of "Oh, but I haven't!" hurried on Elnora. "I Just got n stnrt. Tho hnrd-es- t Is over. Tomorrow they won't bo surprised. They will 'know whnt to exix-et- . I n III sorry to benr aliout tho dredge. Is It renlly going through?" "Yes. I got my notification today. The tax will bo something enormous. I don't know ns I can tqmrv you, even If you nre willing (o be n laughing stock for the tnwn." "I hnvo hnd (wo startling pieces of news today," snld Elnora. "I did not know I would tieed any money. I thought tho city furnished the books, and there Is nil out of town tuition also. I need $10 in the morning. Will you please let me have It?" "Ten dollars!" cried Mrs. Comstock. "Ten dollars! Why don't you say n hundred nnd be done with It? I could get 0110 ns ensy ns tho other. I knew whnt you would run Into! But you aro so bulldog stubborn and set In your wny I thought' I would Just let you try the world n llttlo aud see how you liked It!" Elnorn pushed back her chair and looked nt her mother. "Do you menu to say," sho demanded, "thnt you knew, when you let m go Into n city classroom nnd reveal the fact before all of them, that I expected (o havo my books banded out to me? Do you mean to say that you knew I had to pay for them?" Mrs. Comstock evaded tbo direct question. "Anybody but nn Idiot mooning OTr a book or wasting tlmo prowling th woods would havo known you had pay. Of course, I knew you wou! como home blubbering! But you don't get n penny! I hnven't a cent, and can't get one! Havo your way If yea are determined, but I think you will find tho road pretty rocky." "Swampy, you mean, mother," corrected Elnora. Sho nroso whlto and trembling. "Perhaps somo day God will teach me how to understand you. Ho knows I do not now. You can't possibly realize Just what you let mo go through todny, or how you let mo go, but I'll tell you this. You understand enough that If you had the money and would offer It to me I wouldn't touch It now. And I'll tell you this much more. I'll get It myself. I'll raise It nnd do It somo honest wny. I going bnck tomorrow, the next nm day and (ho next. You need not como out. I'll do tho night work and boo October 10, 1912. BIDDY THE CITIZEN HAPPY. Com-blne- Paqc Seven .. MAKING THE SMALL FRUIT SUPPLY. Vary Faw Farms Hava Enough to Hasp .. Try to Plan (k ' Horn. Tablas Flllad. Very few farms arc supplied with bnlf enough small fruit. In tho wny of strawberries I have had all wo could use for many years, hut It Is accom plished by setting out n new patch each alternate spring, says n corrcsiondcnt of Orange Juild Farmer. Two hundred or :mx) plants will bo enough to set n bed that will supply twice ns ninny berries needed by tho Inrgest family I nlways set that many because they ripen In n busy time nnd then we can get them picked on shares nd hnvc plenty for our own use. 801110 one not vo fortunately situated has enough by picking ours, nnd It costs neither of us nn outlay of cash. I ralso the berries, the other fellow gathers them, I have followed the same plan with the raspberries for tho last few years. . Currants nre not often found on farm fruit plots. They arc n good fruit for some purposes, nnd almost every farmer's family could dispose of few gallons of them In pies. Jelly or even with sugar nnd cream when dend rlo. I have n nice patch of the seedless blackberries. It Is of long bearing, and If some nurserymen were nilvcrtlslng It they would call It nn ever bcnrlng fruit, for It stays In fruit for n long 3U, NC5T-'time. I like It nlso on account of tho Inck of seeds. Of course grapes nro n standard OOVIIIINIU IIOOHTH AND NEHTH. fruit, nnd the old Concord Is found Prom Farm and Fireside.) everywhere. Thcro nre mnny varieties that will grow In most localities. As tin mo time nllow protection from n severely cold night. Tho third lniortnnt local conditions have much to do with advantage lies In tho fnct Hint It Is the problem. It Is best to consult your Put out some made so much In section its to ho nearest nnrserymnn. moved with enso. l'very purl Is per- white ones, some of the red ones, both fectly nccvsslhle. so ns to U enslly early nnd late, but do not fool with tho oiled or whitewashed, to prevent nnd tender sorts. Ilusy formers do not hnve the lime nor Inclination to lay rcmoTo disease or lice. The foundation Is n tienrh. A, fifteen Inches high down the vines nnd cover them with which nlloWM the hens to use the floor dirt, ns some do In order to fruit tho space underneath, so that Is not wast- tender softs. Inches wide nnd as ed: twenty-livJ 44.;..j.s..;.-1.i.j.;.'r:!..s.j.tj.4-jIons ns desired. conforming to the space nvnllnhle nnd fowls to uso It WANT FRUITT SPRAY. the nests 13 should tie fifteen Inches square, so the length should he & nn cHjunl mulllile of fifteen. The nest can no longer be grown with- - f. a door. II, to turn to J tioxes should hnvc out spraying. Nobody likes sprny. Ami so we nre up ngntnst 4 down In front, with sufficient open npneo In crncks to nllow the hen n lit- & It It Is spray or go without 4 fruit Now Is the time to study tle llpht nnd yet dnrk enough to them In hiding their ore nnd X this matter nnd find what stylo & nlso to discourage the Idle hens from v of sprayer is needed for our own hunting after the newly laid eggt. You X, clrcumstnnces. Ono thing ts os- will not the hens enter nn entmnre. C, r sentlal no matter whether It bo nt hark right (or left) hand corner, at X n hand sprayer or n power spray- tho end and Into nn nlley, D, Hint runs ft er, the force must bo sufllclcnt Imck of the nests i: nnd opens Into X nnd the nozzle of tho kind which 'each. On top of the nest Is n dented ;; will deliver the sprny In a tlno g cover of matched hoards that carries mist nnd scud It with force p I nn ojieti faced Imx without top or botenough to enter tho cnlyx. Iowa T tom, that sets on the dented cover nnd T Homestead. ? In In turn supiwts a clcated cover this box Is placed a roost of two les nailed to 1 by 3 Inch strips, twenty-fou- r Excellent Wlrs Splicar. Inches long, for supports. At the The neatest nnd strongest splice can front edge of cover Is fastened n piece be made with this little Instrument It of tiurlnp or strip of blanket to turn Is made of a strip of Iron one Inch wide down on very cold nights after tho nnd fowls need n hens nre nt roost. Inch thick. Ono cleated board set slanting. In order to end Is cut narwalk up to the roost A smalt box row nnd Is bent should be set at tho entrance of tho Into n hook largo nest boxes. Farm and Fireside. enough to tit neatly the largest wire to bo I spliced. At the T ADVICE TO AMATEUR FARM sides of this two ERS. Ji. notches nre (lied, t. Never set n fried egg with the ns shown In Fig. 1. In Fig. i! tho X expectation of hatching a fried piker Is seen In ? chicken. In excessively hot position on the weather plicc canvas over the wire. The nrrow potato patch In order to .shield Indicates the di the eyes of the potatoes from the rection In which to turn to make the of blinding sun. Investigation splice. A pair of large pincers or n modem science have disclosed vise should bo used to hold tho two the fnct that there Is no essential wires between the colls while turning connection between duck raising the spllier- In Fig. II the splice Is j nnd quack grass. Farm Journal ihown us finished. The length of the handle may vary. If the splicer ts to ! used for net wire, of course tho Uling Nitrata of Soda. The North Carolina plan of using ni- handle cannot be longer than tho width trate of soda In growing Held com or af the mesh; otherwise six or seven other corn Is to cover It In near tho Inches Is about right for No. 8 wire. roots, but not on them, ns soon ns the If it Is to bo used only for small wlro stalks nre eighteen to twenty Inches In the length of the handle should bo reheight. The paying value of nltrnte duced for the suke of convenience. of soda wheti used, ns directed la great' Iowa Homestead. underestimated. Farm and Fire The Useful Radish. TsTJe. mix In some When sowing onion rndlsli seed, it germinates more quick"Critter" Wisdom. ly than onion's, nnd the rows enn bo cultivated before tho weeds are fairly The Merino ewe nnd the mutton ram iturted. Without radishes the rows mnko about ns profitable a sheep com- cannot be seen for several weeks. bination as It Is H)HiIble to get. dnlry aniWhen you buy a beef or Orchard and Garden. mal Insist on getting nn official certificate showing that It tins teen tuberThe quickest growing tree for a culin tested with no reaction. Mlielter bolt is tho willow. In New Zealand provides The farmer Strawy, stalky immure makes an bis horse and cows with n heavy can-Tacover during the winter nnd In wet ideal mulching fertilizer for both young wenther, tho covers being generally and old npple trees. A great many are used for animals turned out to pasture. literally dylug from starvation. This Nine parts of corn nnd one part of t'onrie manure will conserve moisture tankage make tho best and cheapest and fertility While saud.t soils nro probably good ration for growing nliotes and will operate to reduce the n mount of corn for Htrawberrles, suy soil not too rich consumed for each pound of grain will bring good results. The land when fompnrcd with a ration of corn should be well manured and thoroughly cultivated. only. Kansas Parmer. Long Island gardeners havo been You ban make your harness last twlco us long by" giving It proper care, shipping hampers of assorted vegetaand It takes but a very little time to bles to New York families. A uniform do IL "A good act of double harness." price of f l.fiO u hamper (holding moro ays K. Chase, assistant In farm than n bushel) Is charged the year Die plnn is successful, almechanics at the Kansas Agricultural round. college. "If properly cared for should though used on a small scale. Remember that till- - wood ashes that last the working lifetime of a horse." Accepting the average price of com- route from the cook stove, fireplace or kind of fertilizer mercial feeding stuff at $30 a ton and furnnre are the considering one pound of dry matter for the orchard, lawn or garden. If climbing cutworms bother orchard lo mangels equal to one pound of dry e matter In grains, mangels may be used or other crops by entlng buds nnd economically In the ration to replace scatter poisoned bait about. This one-hathe Rralp ordinarily fed when Is made by mixing one pound parts they can be pduced and stored rritdy preen with twenty pounds bran and Ilamp Hiding one to two pints niolaases for feeding at 4 pej ton.-N- ew ieep this away from the chickens. ablre Station. 11 e Yeur Hane With d Roods and Nests. I think I linve studied out unit mnde perfect combined nesting n ml roosting box, snys n correnMndent of Knrm nnd Fireside. The nrtln boxes are of ensy nccrss nnd nt the unnie time so secret ns to plpimc the Iicim nnd mnko them very secure from the hent learning Hint iwrnlrlou lialill, so of (cn lenrned In the winter, of entlng (heir ecu. The roosts nro In n iwl tlon to nllow nil possible iicrcss of fresh nlr without draft nnd nt the INTENSIVE FARMING Seed Corn Selection Conducted by Frank Montgomery, M. S., Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Hat That t ""V""' Farmers havo by no means ten tho troublo they had with saed corn last spring, and right now Is a good titno to do a great deal of thinking nbout It and tako steps to prevent Its occurrenco again next spring. 'where In nlno cases out of ten thoro was troublo last spring, It was duo to tho germs being frozen. Whcro corn Is left standing In tho shocU or oven In most cribs It Is mora or less damp both Insldo and outsldo tho kernels, and when damp corn freezes It Is quito Hablo to kill tho genii. Thcro aro two ways to bo absolutely suro you will havo no trouble from this source: First, select your seed corn In tho fall, preferably from tho standing corn or If your corn Is already cut, 'while husking from tho shock (not from tho pllo when you haul tho corn in, but right at tho 1 1110 of husking, bo you can tell what kind of a stnlk It grew on and If thero wcro two cars on tho stalk.) Second, Bpread tho seed corn out In a warm, dry place, preferably around tho chimney up stairs In tho house. Then It will dry out thoroughly and keep dry, and not freczo In cold weather. Now a fow suggestions about selecting. If you select from tho standing corn, which Is tho best way, and find a thrifty stalk with a largo and otherwise good ear on It, by all means get that car for It Is a good, strong ono to flourish with so much competition. If there aro two ears on that stalk so much tho hotter tako tho largo one. This of courso can bo done only when tho corn Is standing. Sixty per cent of tho feed valuo of corn lo In tho grain, and only 40 per cent In tho cob, stnlk and blades; nnd, of course, mo3t of tho stalk Is wasted only as It goes back to tho soil, unless a silo Is used. So It Is better to havo a hill of two stalks with two or threo ears on a stalk than to havo a hill with threo or four stalks each with only ono car that is no better. Therefore it is always n good thing to tako tho best ear from a stalk that has two cars on It when such cars can bo found that como up to tho standard. It you do this persistently for a few years you will have a strain of corn that will havo two cars more often than ono. Farther south where the boys' corn clubs havo dono so much to 1 Improvo the corn, they havo developed strains that havo threo good cars on a stalk moro ofton than ordinary What Are Your Talents? corn produces two, and seldom less than two cars. What Aro Your Aims? Ears should not as a rulo bo taken i Dest For YOU. Berea from tho tallest stalks, and tho ears the Training should not bo too high above tho Ara you not far advanced? Than enter tha ground or too near tho ground. They FOUNDATION 8CH00L, Thoa. A. Kdwarda, 8uparlntandant Hara ye should bo from four to flvo and a half feet abovo ground, depending upon will be placed with others Ilk yourself, under a special taachar, and make) You will master Arlthmatlc and tha commoa tho fertility of tho soil and kind of most rapid progren. branches and bo ready to uie them. You will hava singing, drawing;, farat corn. and household management, and tree On year la the Foua Several points should bo considerdatlon School coata lest than $90 and la worth $1,000. ed ns to tho best car for seed. Ara you aiming to be a teacher? Than Join tha 1. The car should ho of good length. NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnamore, Dean. Hera yon will be M Hut tho longest car Is not always trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught hew U best, for It may be deficient In teach. Tha demand for Derea tho trained teachers far exceeds the eupply. other Important particulars. Are you Interested la earning money? 2. Tho cars should bo well roundTHE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mllea E. Marah, Dean. ed out at tho tips with good kernels. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. 3. Tho cars should bo largo around, Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. 4. Caro should bo exercised to get Printing and Butlneea Course, Etc ears with small cobs and largo kerHere you aooa double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dolnf nels. Right hero Is whcro we must things In a aupeiior manner. bo on our guard. When you shell Are you desiring the next beat thing to a College Course? Thea take) a few grains from tho butts of two two years or three yeara In the cars, ono with broad grains and tho GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean., Tra other with narrow ones, you nro yeara, or three years. In auch practical atudlea as will fit you for an honor almost suro to say tho narrow grains able and uaeful life. You aelect your studlea from auch aa these: Phyet aro the deepest. Tako ono of theso ology the science of health; Civics the science of government; a ram mat the art of correct speech and Ethics the aclence of right narrow grains and lay It on top of ono of tho broad ones from tho other and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence) Dotany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics ear and sco If you guessed right. the aclence of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., eto. 5. Thcro should bo no deep grooves Do you with to prepare to enter College? Start In the between tho rows of grains on tho BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny car, for If thcro are, tho grains will Dean. Deat training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. The bo thnt much smaller than they s Academy has lta own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body should 1)0. of aXudenU of high character and ability, able instructors, aa4 use of OeeV 6. Comparatively smooth cars aro lege Library and apparatus. e. belter than rough crcaso dented text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-roomkcr-ncl- grains should be firm on tho cob and so plump and well filled out that they will not give when ono attempts to bend or twist tho car. Tho shanks that attach tho car to the stalk should bo rather short, but Just long enough to let tho car hang down so no water can get into the car from the tip end. It Is a good thing to select about ono half moro corn In tho fall than you expect to need, then a moro careful selection can bo mado at planting time. In this selection a seed testing hox can bo used to good advantage. It your corn Is unusually good this moro fall, select several bushels than yOii will need next spring and lots of your less provident neighbors will pay you well for your troublo. 7. The Berea College I REV. CHAS. F. HUBBARD, D. D., Dean Tlio Collego Itself stands apart from nil the other schools under Its management nnd linx long maintained tlio highest standards known in tho South. To conform to tho Carneglo standards wo linvo diminished our former requirements! Iteqtiired nnd elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In pnrtlculnr lines. Lament college library In Kentucky. Iiabor-ntor- li h equipped for student practice Courses leading to tlio degroes of 11. Ij a. 11 . and it. red. " "MUSIC '(tinging Free). .Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory Band, may be taken for special fees la connection with werk la any of Us) above a oh 00 La, Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with lta afiVatea schools, la not a Institution. It requires certain teea, aul it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Ha money-making eto-dent- giving highest advantages to earn and save In every way. , t lowest cost, and arranging tor etudenU I AID AFFORDED TO SWIMMER rt&h Mitt Slipped Closely Over Fingers Prevents Flow of Water and Facltttatea Stroke. PICKED UP IN CHICKEN YARD A swimming mitt, having a body of Several Little Hints That Will Prove at Much Assistance a length and width to slip fairly to Any One Keeping closely over tho four Angers of tho Poultry. hand. Is shown In tho Illustration. Tho averago cockerel does not pay for his keep and ho should bo sent to the block as soon as ho weighs four pounds unless he Is to bo kept for breeding. Swimming Mitt. Tho purpose of the mitt is to make possible a more eflectivo stroke in swimming by preventing any flow of water between the Angers. Beaver'a Work. Tho beavers not only cut down trees for the purpose of making dams, but also use the smaller branches as a storage supply of food for winter use, says a writer In Our Dumb Animals. These branches, from two to four laches in diameter, are cut Into lengths of two or tbieo feet and then by wonderful engineering ability are carried beneath the water and Into the beavers' houses, or tho burrows with which the bank of every beaver's dam Is honeycombed. Here they m-c- Let a strango dog: rush through tho poultry yard and tho excitement will affect tho egg supply, for that day. 'While hens havo no sentiment, there is no doubt they are extremely nervous at times particularly during the breeding season and should be so placed that they cannot be disturbed. It does not matter eo much about the breed as it does about the kind of treatment your hens receive. Of course. If you are going in for poultry to sell on tho market you must select tho fowl that will produce the most meat, and If for eggs the breed that will produce more eggs than meat. Then It is "up to you" to get the most out of them, as the slang goes. Once more, do not feed the young chicks a particle of anything for at OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proteet the character and reputation of the young people. ,Our students come frost the beat famtllea and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may be alck the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All exeept those with parents In Berea live In Collet buildings, ani assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trala- Ing. and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In win. ter It Is expected that all will have a ohance to earn a part of their e penaes. Writ to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPEN8E8 for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ate, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is the beat but at studenta must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wrapa and anderolo'thlng, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, ambrellas an4 other neoesaary artloles at coat LIVINQ EXPENSES are really below coat The College asks no rat for the One buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repalra, fuel, lights, and waahlng of bedding an4 towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.85 a week. In the fatL and tl.EO In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, waahlng of bed. ding, 40 to 60 centa for each paraon. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit" as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. Thla la paid but once, and la returnee! when the student departs. Becond an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school trolM-lnghospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or at teachers all our Instruction la a free gift). The Incidental Fee for meal atudenta Is JE.00 a term. $1.00 a Academy and Normal, and ST.00 la OoBa glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee aad roeea raart lay the term, board by the halt term. Installments are aa followsi PAI.I. TKRM VOCATION!. AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL oo COLLSOK Incidental Fee Board, Room 7 . f 1)11 weeks 1111 j6o 9 45 tt " 7.00 I 7.00 7.0O 9 45 Hoard. 7 weeks, due Oct. v Amount due Sept. II. ... Iiooj 943 SUtf.00 !45 9 45 f.11.40 OO lJ 9 45 45 Total for term If paid In mlvnnre Incidental Fee' 111 90 .12.40 I7.00 s are carefully stored. The green bark is the staple article of food throughout the winter. The dams aro of varying height and length, according to the particular lo 1 round a dam in Mesa councation. ty, Colorado, which was just six feet from bottom to top and Impounded a body of water six feet or more In depth and covering an area of sevoral acres. This dam was perfect in construction, it waa composed entirely of willow buahes, as no large timber grew in tha vicinity. Could Spare One. One day Charlie, aged four, and his baby sister were playing with some small marbles when one of them disappeared and could not be found. a Ix-- foil-ng- Their mother assisted 'in the search and waa very much alarmed, feurng the baby bad swallowed It "Oh, well, don't worry about It mamma," aald Charlie. "We've got enough marbles without it" play and Display. Teaeber Wbat la the difference between "play" and "dlaplayt" Bright Boy Hoys love to play and girls love to display. lf . Room 7.10 ? least 36 hours after they are hatched. Board, 6 weeks 9 9 00 Early feeding means disease and Amount due January I. 191 111 JO 111 10 f 10.00 death. Board for 6 weela. due Feb. it, 191 9.00 9 no 9.00 Do not wait a single day to order . Total for term 111 9 00 f M IO your wire and put your enclosures for If paid In mdTanre 130.10 ii.7o tho youngsters In good condition. Sl'RlNO TKRM When a sick fowl is discovered, re Incidental Fee I joo I 7" I 600 Room a.00 SOO move It at once. Maybe If you will 300 Board. 3 weeks 7S 75 75 to it then and there you can attend Amount due March 6. 1913 11775 HS.73 lis 75 save it, whereas if allowed to wait Board s weeks, due Apr. 30. 191 7S 75 75 I too long, it may die. Total for term 1 14 50 50 I'l 00 law Throw an extra lot of hay Into the If paid In advance. SSS. 114.00 lta.no poultry yards. The chickens will Special Expenses Business. scratch out every clover seed. There H'lmlt, Sf'imt Foil Is no better way to make them work lot at Stenography and Typewriting I1400 fnoo $10 00 IJ600 , for their food. Uookkccpinz (regular courte) . )6 00 14 00 11.00 looo Bookkeeping brief couraet 18.00 Damp houses are the greatest pro600 7.00 i Uusineaa courte atudle for a(udcnta In moters of disease among fowls. vine, uc.aTiiiirma: Stenography uu 9 eo 7.JO 17.00 It is a good plan to teach the young Typewriting, with one hour's uae generation of chickens to roost on of Inatrumcnt 6.00 ll 00 7.00 300 Commercial I jaw. Commercial Geog perches aa soon as possible. For ono raphy. Commercial Arithmetic or thing, this will keep them out of reach Penmtnahlp. each 1.80 1.10 150 540 l Buaineas Feet eiceed I15.00 per term. In no rate will of rats. One of our poultry folk advises putHurry! Fall Term Began 11th ting a pint of coal oil in each bucket Any it'll young mini or young woman can get an education at of whitewash before going over the If Inside of the ben bouse. This for the Herua Is there Is the will to do ho It n great advantage to start In the fall and have a full year of special benefit of lice and mites. i continuous study. Mtny young people waste time In tlio public schools ' going over anil over Urn sumo thlngx, wlmn thy might be Improving to In inucli tauter ny and with Tho greatest truths are tho aim Bomo of the hivtt coining mn Hrea womenstartingother on new turtlesstates. young from and counties and pleat: and so aro tho greatest men. Applicant must uring or smut a testimonial snowing that they aro ubovo 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may be friendship that makes the least signed by some former Herua student or some reliable teacher or neigh-noiA is very often the most useful, bor. The use of tobacco (a strictly forblddeh. " sence of fear, but the conouest of ,U to the Secretary. ireroi,m doe. not mean the n . . . . . apm-ia- WINTKK TKRM .. . j.oo 6 OO .. 9 3. I 600 ' Sept. VSJXl ee - D WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. "ASSISTANT DEMOCRATS" The "New Parly" headed by Col. Roosevelt, proves unable to gel any considerable support from the Democrat. The aolid south In not being broken up. This meana that the "New Party" will not be a new party, but simply a aplit from the Republican party. A vote for the Colonel, therefore, la, in effect, a half rote for the Democrat. October CLOSING IN 10, 1913. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else !U It wit lac ON DY- N- WAR OH HOOK WORM MORE THAN 1700 OASES IN BELL COUNTY Plnovll1e,Ky., Oct. 8th, 1912. Dr. J. S. Lock, Supervisor of. tho Stato Board of Health Dispensary for tho treatment ot hook worm and Wycllfto Hobo ot Washington, Secretary of the Rockefeller Commission, say that 3S0 serious cases of tho disease have been found In and near Plnevlllo, and that more than 1,700 cases aro now undergoing treatment In the county. Many farmers attending court In iMncvllle yesterday, listened to addresses by Dr. Lock and Mr. Roso on tho disease, and A number were examined. Great stress In the addresses was put upon tho need of sanitation. to Cc per pound. to 8c per pound. Sheep, 2 4 to 3, 3 2 per lb. Lambs, 4 to 6c per pound. Hides, dry lCc per lb., green, 10c Calves, C AMIGHTERS. . tm4ne HIkHt M""11". Mf' Is TO CORRESPONDENTS , .,r rrroston n a M.v.v, m ui u donts aro neglecting to observe our directions to get their news Into the office so It can bo set up, Monday Several letters are left over and not run this week for that very reason how Any ono can easily determine long It will tako a letter to get to Berca after being mailed. We do not like to hold over these letters, but It they do not como on time we have no other recourse. Tho yellow slips calling for more supplies should always bo signed. Occasionally they are not and, when many letters are opened togethsf, these slips aro apt to bo misplaced and, tho correspondent's name being unknown, tho supplies can not bo sent Some one asked for more paper last week and failed to get It for this reason. NOTICE FARMERS' BOYS ATTENTION money-makin- g Berea offers this fall a course, for farmers' boys. and Prof. Clark, Prof. Montgomery our other teachers can show you how to mako much more money than has ever been made out of the home farm-Whnot have good fruit, good stock, arc and good crops? Thcso classes already started, but there is room for a good additional bunch ot farmer boys who should start for Derea this week or tho first of next. y JACKSON COUNTY CAM CO Carlco. Sent. 30. Tho children of Mr. Dud Cole who have typhoid aro Improving fclcwly. E. H. Cress has a sale this week. Ho Is closing out hlc store. Mr. and Mrs. Artcr are the parcnto of a fine boy. They named him Samuel. Joe Tus-se- y is going this week to Richmond to have his little son, Harry, treated. Johu Eurnam and It. E. Nichols wen) thru here, Saturday, buying cattle. Robert Tusscy made c, business SILVKR CIIKKK Silver Creek. Sept. 29. Miss Murt Johnson spent a fow days last week with her two cousins. Misses Eva and Graclc Jchnson. Mr. and Mrs. work. Andrew Hargas spent Sunday with KEitnr KNOit her motlicr, 'Mrs. Bob Harris. Rovl-vKerby Knob, Sept. 29. Mrs. Magmeeting closed at Silver Crock, Margie Johnson nnd two daughters, Wednesday night, with twenty additha and Etta, who have been visiteverybody certainly ing her son, G. W. Johnson and fami- tions and meeting. They had tho tho ly, returned to their homo In preacher they have had at SilIndlanaiolis, Sunday. Vertle John- finest ver Creek for many years. Mr. and son was taken to Richmond, Sept. 18, Mrs. John Jones and little daughter to Join her teacher and other pupils spent Saturday night with her broon their way to tho Danville school ther, Ben Gay. Miss Hallle Davis for the deaf where cho is expected to spent from Saturday until Monday remain nine months. The teacher with her aunt, 'Mrs. Jake Haley, at and supervisor havo written to her Big Hill. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lewis parents that she Is getting along well. visited his daughter, Mrs. Jno. RobA goodly number from this place Wallow. Owsley inson, last week at Bear attended tho association at BREYFCS Fork church, Thursday. Cora WilDreyfus, Sept. 30. 'Mr. and Mrs. F. liams and Brlce Combs were qulelty M. Jones wcro Berca visitors last married at the home of tho bride, Sunday .Tho Rev. James Lunsford 13 Sept. 26th. James Click made seventy gallons of sorghum tor Gar Hays holding a revival at McKeo this week. The Messrs. S. R. and Algan Davis last week. IMrs. Elmer Click visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wild, ot this placo havo returned to Saturday night and Sunday. Bessie Indlanapclls, Ind., to resume their ExClick and Lizzie Powell each enter- duties as clerks for the Adams press Company. Miss Florence ed School at Berea, Sept. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Powell visited his sis- Combs who has been spending tho summer with her uncle, Mr. T. II. Dater, 'Mrs. Thomas Snider, Sunday. Charley Click spent from Thursday vis, of thl3 placo will leave, Thurstill Sunday with his grandparents at day, for her homo In Leo County. Dreyfus. Laura Click has been In Kenneth Lunsford and family left, the 20th Inst, for Villa Grove. 111., Ioor health for the past few weeks. where he U employed by tho C. and James Williams and son, Aaron, o"f on E. I. Railroad Co. Tom Hayes and DreyfuB nro In this community ton ot Winchester havo been visiting business. W. M. Joneo, Mr. Hayes' TYNKK J. F. Hurley is home again after Tyner, Sept. 29. Tho farmers are making being absent several weeks. Ho has all busy saving fodder and sorgum. Miss Wlnulo and Clydo boen working at Lexington. !Mr. Jett Mooro of Berca aro visiting at Tyner Ashcraft and family will movo this and Gray hawk. Mrs. Lottlo and Geor week to their homo in Estill County. Mrs. Juno Lain is very low with gia 'Moore of Lculsvlllo will bo vistho next typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs Frank iting In Olln and Tyner for two weeks. Aunt Jennie Anderson ot Jones aro rejoicing over tho arrival t a new boy in their home. Miss Owsley County will spend the winter Bennie Puckett of Leo County who with her daughter, Mrs. Mary A. Vaughn. 'Mr. Andy Vaughn who has has been visiting her nephew, B. F. been working lu Hamilton, O., has Puckett, left the. 29th for Rushvlllo, S. Mccro will Ind., whore sho will vlett her brother. returned homo. al half-broth- trip to Livingston, Saturday. T. J. Faubus and E. Faubus have gone to month. Our Paris to work the-neschool at Old Bend Is doing fine with James Hayes ac teacher. J. J. Davis, tho Supt. of thl3 County visited tho Old Bend School last week and gave tho school an Interesting talk. Bert Summers la home on a visit from Pino Grovo where he has been at xt Sunday. Bornlce Todd, Sunday. TallthaCoVie, Dr. Evcrsolo of Crockctsvllle and who has been visiting In Boone, re Miss Nancy J. Mcintosh of this place days meeting following the assocla were quietly married at tho bride's turned homo, Saturday. Married, last Wednesday, Miss Flora Vlars and Mr. w ll,0n and tha C'B" homo yesterday. They will likely gj Jcsso Bullen. Wo wish them a long tions to tho church Sorghum making to Long's Crock cn their honoymoon. and happy life. There was a crowd Is all the go In Happy Hollow. Ceo. (Mrs. Klwlo Barrett, ono of Mlstle-Beng- o Scaffold Cane attended thi lost a cow valued at forty- - too"s best old ladles, has Just return- - from meeting at Clear Creek, Sunday Monday. five dollars, Mrs. 'Melissa cd homo from Cortland, where sho night. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stephens Aiblll was tho guest of Mrs. Mar- - has been visiting relatives. Floyd garet Benge last Irlday nlghtv Uncle Bcgtey and Arthur Ncaco ot Boone and family visited Mr. T. A. Abncy, Saturday night Miss Mattlo McOulre Joo Powell died last Friday night, villa visited frlcndo at Mistletoe, Is visiting friends and His remains were brought to this Saturday and Sunday. Farrls Gilbert of Richmond Mrs. Bettlo Baugh-ma- n placo for burlaL It. I. Halo Is sick and 'Mary Oabbard wcro married on relatives here. and daughter, Sadie, who havi - Buffalo last week. They spent their this week. Martin Abrahams is visItlng In Ohio and Illinois at present, honeymoon at Buckhorn. Their many been In this vicinity returned to T. M. Ogg's of Berea. J. C. Bullen and Ellen Benge Is quite sick with ery- friends wish them happiness. Tc:l a, wlfo niado a business trip to sipelas. Or. Robinson Is attending. Adams, formerly of Boonoville, pass Sundays-Mr- s. Rceclo Bowman Eggs aro 20 cents per dozen and but- cd up Buffalo this week on a busi and daughter, Mary, who have been ter 15 cents per pound here. ness trip. Prico Fox who has boon visiting J. W. Todd returned to their working on Buffalo and Longs Creole homo at Conway, Friday. H. E. BulMADISON COUNTY this summor left this placo for his len and family were In Rockford, SunHI.VE LICK Beattyvlllo, yesterday Rev. day. Miss Ophelia Anglln ot near Bluo Lick, Oct. 6. Wm. Pigg sold home at Buchanan Fox, of Boattyvlllc, filled this placo Is visiting her aunt, 'Mrs. his farm, consisting of twenty-flv- o Lucky acres, to Mrs. Pfllly Hards. The price his regular appointment at Jane Lambert of Berca, Mrs. Copo Is Fork, last Sunday. Tho Boo Branch very Bck this week. paid was two hundred and fifty dol lars, Mr. Plgg will IcaVo soon for Illi- school Is progressing nicely with Jno S. Turner ns teacher. Mr. and Mre. nois. Mrs. W. E. Harris, who has UNITED STATES NEWS Lcs been visiting her son, It. R. Harris, John Reed visited friends at Sunday. Pearl Stamper Continued f ram First Paft home. Branch last nt Mansfield, III., rcturutd Tlniralnv .Wlllnrit llnnpn lu atrturlv of Crockctavlllo was tho welcome There was much speculation as to of Kccnls Gilbert. Saturday and young improving from tho fever.-T- he tho answer Pres. Taft would givo to ladies who gave a pie Buppcr at the ouuuttjrrA iigu ciuwu vi yuuuK this ultimatum from tho Missouri Buck-hor- n plo from this crock visited tho Blue Lick Church, Saturday night. Governor, but at a Republican State fair last Saturday. All report a Sept 28th, realized a nice sum from tally at Jefferson City, Oct. 4, tho nlco time. William Fields will won tho salo of pies, which were sold to Governor stated that Pres. Taft had which Is located on tho highest bidder. Lloyd Green of baro hs sawmill, answered him that such legislation tho Lucky Fork, ready for business. Bell County and Miss Salllo Skinner would meet with his approval. Albert Mcintosh nnd Ezcklol Gilbert, of this placo eloped to Hamilton, 0-- , Tho Governor Is now out and out who aro now students ot tho Lucky and wore married, Tuesday. They will Fork school, are planning to go to for Taft. reside there. DIXON QUESTIONED BY COMBerea Collflgo for tho winter and MITTEE KINGSTON spring term of 1913. Senator Joseph M. Dixon, manager Kingston, Oct. 7. Chester Parks of ROCKCASTLE COUNTY of the Progressivo campaign, submitBerea spent Saturday night with IIISI'VTAMTA ting to a closo examination at tho his parents at this place. Hiss Eva Disputants, Sept. 23. There was a hands ot tho Clapp committee testi Lewis spent Saturday night wlUi Miss Opal Lucas at the home of her revival begun at Clear Creek church. fied that ho had spent 96,000 In the sister, Mrs. Ella Azbill. Mrs. Mark th 22nd, conducted by Bro. Drm Progressive primary campaign which and others. Bob McQueen is making was not included In tho report of Fltfhery made a business trip to Be rea, Saturday. 'Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. molasses this week. There were sev- Treasurer Hooker who was on th- Coyle of .Berea spent Sunday with eral who went from hero to Cli- stand tho day before. This makes a max, Thursday night, to hear Caleb ttal of more than 1300,000 spent In Mr. Douglas Young and family. who Mr. and Mrs. Willie "Munday have been In California for the past year will return to this placo Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Green Durham and T IE WC RD IS NICH THEE" Bo-rc- tll 1 tjr llr wmti. Ilf lire "Ilk. WtiU Utary, at Cortland, Saturday and One of the Accused Confessed Quilt Jury Is Selected and Trial In PVogr! Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 8, 1912. tho A sensation was sprung In trial ot tho mora than fifty accused dynamiters, when Edward Clark ask ed pcrmislon to change his plea from "not guilty" to "guilty" hero yestcr day. After his reply to tho Judge's question, In which ho stated, "1 plead guilty," tho prisoner was neparated from tho other defendants, and taken to jail awaiting sentence. Clark confesses his guilt on all charges five conspiracies, and .fifty Illegal Interstate shipments of uyna mlto and d An umbrella bearing his Inltals was his undoing. It hav Ing been left In tho wreckage of i bHdgo destroyed by him. nltro-glyccrln- e. Ivory-handle- HB". 7V4 3-- 1-- Jury selected some days ago . Tho Is mado up mostly of farmers, all rf whom sworo that they had no antipathy to trndn unionism. Evidenco In tho hands ot thn prosecution wtl show that the plot was tho most and tcrrlblo ever planned, tho men speaking of their Jobs as "Christmas Presents.' Tho aim was to terrify tho entire country. To divert tho attention from tho destruction of the Times Build Ing In Los Angeles, It was planned to send ono of tho number to Panama to blow up the locks In construction there, but tho arrests camo before that could bo dono. CINCINNATIJIARKETS Dutter 27c por lb. Eggs, 17 to 25c per dozen, VEGETABLES: Irish potatoes, 2.002.25 barrel. Sweet potatoes 2.00fj2.25. FRUITS: Apples, fancy packed, 2.25Q2.C0 per The mayor acted as attorney In a dlvorco suit against Haley n short time ago and slnco then tho defen dant has harbored a grudge against him. TRAGEDY IN BREATHITT Another tragedy occurred In Breathitt County, Oct 4th, when William (1 lbs and over) 15c Hens, 14c Itcocters, 9 2 j., Turkeys, hens, 16 2 c lb., toms. 16 geese 6c lb., Ducks, 13c lb., Young guineas 4.00O6.00 dot. CATTLE, HOGS, ETC. 1- -2 barrel. IOULTRY: Springers lb. Cattle, 7.8508. Calves, 8.00O10.25. Hogs 8.25 fj 8.50. Pigs (110 lbs. and less) 8heop 2.8503.35. Lambs 4.2506.2G. Corn 75c per bu. Wheat 95c per bu. 4.00O7X0. Freemnn and Jonathan Stamper, living on Upper Buffalo, were shot from ambush. Stamper, who was known as a law- abiding citizen, was killed on tho spot. Freeman, who Is known to have been quito a noted feud character years ago, escaped but was seriously wounded. Hay 14.00 per ton. Berea Printing School littlo daughter, Lydla Margaret, spent Sunday with Mr. and 'Airs. Asa Parks. ' ,hn guests of Miss Dora Benge, Sunday. oul In t arch of him Thou wilt not find him thtrr In the dtpthi of shadow dim Or QO NOT mjr Or hclghta of upper air. realms of space Tor not In far-of- f The Spirit hith his throne; In every heart he flndeth place. And walteth to be known. And If trj vision come to thee. Revealed by Inward ttffn. Earth will be full of Deity And with hia dory thine! Thou thalt not want for company. Nor pitch thy tent alone; The Indwelling God will go with thee. And show thee of hia own. Oh. gift of glf ta, oh, grace of grace. That God thould condescend To make thy hurt hia duelling place. Department of Berea College FIRE AT CARLISLE Four buildings, a fruit store, a grocery, a livery stable and a hnrd-war- o (The Citizen is a tpecunea of store, wcto destroyed by flro our work.) at Carlisle, Ky., last week. All tho buildings were In tho business section PRINTS HAND-BILLLETTER of tho town nnd on Main Street. Tho HEADS. CARDS. REPORTS. SERdamago Is estimated at $35,000, only MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST a small part of which was covered by insurance MANNER, AND LOWEST AT DISCREPANCIES IN INSURANCE ACCOUNTS Several suits aro expected to bo entered against various Insurance companies, within a short tlmo to recover about $15,000 or $18,000 alleged to bo duo tho State Insurance DePRICES. . Thought aniwereth alone to thought. And soul with aoul hath kin; The outward Cod he flndeth not Who finda not Cod within. And be thy dally friend I patronage la aike4 to kelp students, and to Insure your getting your money's worth. Your CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND ORDERS BY UAIL. YOU WILL GET SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASH. AD Then go not thou In aearch of him. But to thyaelf repair; Wait thou within the silence dim. And thou shalt find him there. Frederic Lucian Hosmer, in "Publle Ledger. ( . partment, State Inspector, Sherman Good-poste- r, Powers speak. Mr. Jack Jones of Dreyfus, Madison County, was in cur Hugh midst, Friday, on business. Llnvilld ot Scaffold Cane got shot accidentally tho first of tho week. Born, to Mrs. Sam Coffeo, a fluo gin. Boone, Sept 30. A revival meeting closed at Fairvlew last Sunday, con ducted by tho Rev. Geo. Childress 'and tho Uov. Overby. There were 8 additions. Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Chasteen on the 22nd, a girl. Mrs. Sam Lambert Is very ill now. There were services at Fiat Gap, Saturday and Sunday, conducted by tho Rev. Lamb. Mrs. B. U. Chasteen In vlaltlnir her (lauehter In Jackson Couhty this and Mrs Nuto King naveDeen visiting nia uauguiur, Mrs. Ellen Gulnn, of near Berea. Thero was a largo crowd witnessed tho Baptismal services near Fairvlew, Sunday, conducted by the Rev. Lamb. Farmers have been very busy cutting corn In this vicinity. Mrs. .Bottle King of Berea Is vUltlng her mother, Mrs. Geo. Poynter. Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Lambert visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lambert of near Snider, Sunday. Mrs. G. L. Wren who has been qulto ill for somo time Is some bettor. J. II. Lambert made a business trip to ML Vernon, Monday. Miss Nellie Grant visited Miss Lydla Mrs. Leavctt one day last 'week. John Northern who has been quite 111 for some time is no better. Miss LIllIo Vaughn viBltcd Miss Talltha Coylo of Rockford ono day last week. IlOCKfOKIl Rockford, Sept. 30. President Frost ot Borea preached at Scaffold Cane Methodist church, Sunday morning. and nro Hudson pa'ached, Sunday two, ,oc ?f!kd" rWBjr' ,Sci,t- Llnv,l,e 0 &f frW Cano accU dently Sot 8not ,n U,e hl" b' a toK 1,8 was token 10 Berca ho",'tal nooNii discovered tho delinquencies recently whllo Investigating tho business ot tho department under former Commissioner W. C. Bell, but has tho Interest of Uio Colonel. Tho' Senator charges again that tho made no statement In detail. Comcommittee Is directing 'Its attack on missioner Bell places tho blame upCol. Roosevelt and demands, that on tho clerks of tho department and Chas. P. Taft and others bo called to claims that tho report of Inspector testify concerning their contributions Ooodpostcr will clear tho matter up when completed. to tho Republican campaign fund. PATTERSON FOIt SENATOR 00 YOU LIKE TCTmAKFtHINGS? On Sept. 20th, Patter- The Berea Carpenter's School opens son, the "pardoning governor" of Tennessee, opened his campaign for this fall with many attractions. What the Democratic nomination for U. S. boy Is thero who does not like to handlo tools? Mr. Burgess, Mr. Hook, Senator at Nashville. Ho defended his "pardon record," nnd Mr. May enn givo a boy skill In and particularly tho pardon ot Col. canontry which will double his earn Cooper who had been sentenced to ing power in a few months. Tho clast twenty years Imprlosnemnt for tho has already begun, but a good many other boys' will come to join this murder ot Senator Carmack. He also declared tho prohibition I week and next. Will you bo ono? I . Berea Prmting School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To these who havt. children ta edu cate and wish to reside In Berea for longer or shorter time to enjoy Its educational advantages, the Cellege has a number of houses, larsje sn4 imall, some of them partly fumlehed," to rent en reasonable terms. Address weekir. ... , BEREA KORMALJEPARTMENT J. mako a business trip to Winchester this week. W. K, Jones is having his house raised to a two story, which will add greatly to tho beauty of bis home. Mils Emma Jones is visiting her sister, 'Mrs. Dr. Peters of Knox-vlll- e, Tenn. TLoro will bo a Uiieo days' meeting at Flat Lick beginning on next Thursday. Mr. George Jones of Viva was visiting his slater, Mrs. Attella Moore, last Sunday. HUGH. Luther Ashcrctt has returned from Valley View. Ho has been employed as manager of The Sower's Show. T. H. Davis lost a fine borso last week Tho prices for live stock in our neighborhood are very good. R. W. Jones, a Berea student, was visiting home folks over Sunda- y.We are having success with our Sun- day School and prayer meeting. The topic for Oct. Cth will bo "Man's duty toward God. G. M. Hurd will lead. The Landmark Bapconvened at this place lastweek and was very well attended Rev. Parsons held a few 7. Hugh, Oct. tist Association UWDbliltUUnil hkiiaktian Sebastian, Sept. 28. The Rev. John Frost of Indian Crock vjsltcd friends Tho Berea Normal Department is "booming" this fall. Tho advanced THE COLLEGE TREASURER classes under Prof. Calfce, Dr. Howard, Miss liowersox, and Prof. Lewis BEREA, KY. aro doing greater thlngtf than has our beam attempted booro, and tho REAR ADMIRAL YOUNG DEAD Rear Admiral Young who died In beginners' class with llunt and other New York last .week was born In teachers Is receiving dally additions. Lexington, Ky., graduated from tho It Is hoped all who aro planning for Naval Academy In 1873 and for some preparation for teaching will hurry tlmo had been' captain of tho 'Marc up and bo enrolled before thu ruld-dl- o ot this month. Island Navy Yard at San Francisco. won Ho was CO years old and had BEREA MARKETS much distinction as a naval officer. Traiaiag Scfcool 20c per pound. A visit to Kentucky bad been planButter Eggs 20c inr dozen. nod for hlnr by his friends and relaBerea tives ot Lexington, several ot whom VEGBTABLES-r- wcro at the bedslda at tho tlmo of IUsh potatoes, COc per bu. HAS BEST OPERATING K0O1I Sweet potatoes 7Co per bu. his death. AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCM Cabbago IVic per pound. IN OUR OWN STATE FOR OA RE Or A LIMITED NUMBXH POULTRY: (Continued front Hrstpafe) Chickens, fryers, 10c per pound. OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TRJUTV or otlier officer or employee of tho Hens, 9c, per pound. Roosters Co ME NT QREATLY INCREASES FKO Stato prisons or houses of reform FRUITS: who shall engage In political activity, Apples, COc per bu. Pears $1 per PBCTS OF RECOVERY. or who shall In any manner con- bu. Rates On Dollar a day aa p, tribute or causa to be contributed FLOUR, MEAL, ETC. money or any other thing of value Best grade $3.20 per hundred. Bo4 for prompt payment reqalre to any person for election purposes Meal, $1 per bu. farther particulars a44rea will be dismissed." Wheat bran, $1.40 per hundred. and underwent an operation, and is FRANKFORT'S MAYOR WOUNDED Wheat, $1 per bushel. wel, dolng Ncxt Baturday and Mayor James II. Polsgrove, was shot Corn 95c bushel. Sunday are regular church days at on the streets of Frankfort, on the Oats, 50c por bushel. , Scaffold Cane. Everybody Is invited 30th Inst, by Patrick Haley but the BEREA,' KY. Hay, COo per hundred,. to come. Myrtlo McCollum Ylltd wound is not considered .dangerous. Cattle, 3 M to Co. por lb. and lawlessness than has ever been known In tho hUtory of the state. Tennesseeans will have to bo good forgetters before Patterson represents them at Washington. THE Berea Hospital None - tf Celleft rr pr THE BEREA H0IP1TAL